Browsing by Subject "Henry James"
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(2011)This paper examines the social question: is 19th century women's identity socially determined or do 19th century women have the liberty to forge their own identities as they see fit? In order to answer this question, this ...
The Work of Being Worked (For): Intimacy, Knowledge, and Emotional Labor in the Works of Henry James (2018-03)Henry James’s novels operate within a vibrant social economy, as “the working and the worked were in London, as one might explain, the parties to every relation” (The Wings of the Dove 201). James’s later works illustrate ...