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The Cambridge Edition of the Complete Fiction of Henry James provides, for the first time, a scholarly edition of a major writer whose work continues to be read, quoted, adapted and studied. James's The Europeans gently satirizes both early nineteenth-century New England society and the sophisticated visiting Europeans who encounter it. While this wryly comic novel has had its critical champions - F. R. Leavis and Richard Poirier among them - it has not previously received the scholarly attention it deserves. This edition, based on the work's first book appearance (Macmillan, 1878), reconstructs the novel's literary, cultural and historical contexts, provides extensive annotation, and gives a detailed textual history of the work, drawing on newly available James letters. It will be of interest to James scholars, book historians and students of nineteenth-century Anglo-American literature and culture, and will also re-introduce readers to the pleasures of Henry James's early style.

ISBN-13: 9780199555635

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Publication Date: 08-31-2009

Pages: 208

Product Dimensions: 5.10(w) x 7.60(h) x 0.50(d)

Age Range: 18 Years

Series: Oxford World's Classics Series

Susan M. Griffin is Professor of English and Distinguished University Scholar at the University of Louisville, Fulbright Senior Scholar, and Editor of the Henry James Review. She is co-editor with Willian Veeder of The Art of Criticism: Henry James on the Theory and the Practice of Fiction (1986), author of The Historical Eye: The Texture of the Visual in Late James (1991), editor of Henry James Goes to the Movies (2002) and All a Novelist Needs: Colm Tóibín on Henry James (2010), and co-editor with Alan Nadel of The Men Who Knew Too Much: Henry James and Alfred Hitchcock (2012).