Morgan Library exhibition on Henry James beautifully reveals how “the arts are one”
Henry James, “Miss Gunton of Poughkeepsie”
The Wings of the Dove: Classic Henry James as film noir
The Heiress: William Wyler unveils the psychological ferocity of Henry James’s Washington Square
Shawn Vestal: The genius of Henry James’s “exquisitely repressed” The Ambassadors
Henry James, Theodore Roosevelt, and the search for “Americanism”
The Innocents: a great ghost story and an inspired rendering of Henry James’s “The Turn of the Screw”
“Henry James at Work,” Theodora Bosanquet
Rediscovered: The “audacious,” “charming,” “fully alive” late memoirs of Henry James
Henry James, John Singer Sargent, and the “masterpiece of painting” that survived a meat cleaver attack
Lightness v. pungency: Michael Gorra on Henry James’s two versions of The Portrait of a Lady, 25 years apart
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