Additional Resources for The Portrait of a Lady by Henry James

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Anesko, Michael, ed., Letters, Fictions, Lives: Henry James and William Dean Howells, Oxford University Press, 1997.

This selection of correspondence between James and Howells, two of the luminaries of American realism, provides insight into how both authors worked.

Bloom, Harold, ed., Henry James's "The Portrait of a Lady", Chelsea House, 1987.

Respected critic Bloom gathered criticism and essays from an array of James scholars for this volume.

Edel, Leon, "The Myth of America in The Portrait of a Lady," in the Henry James Review, Vol. 7, 1986, pp. 8—17.

This scholarly journal is wholly devoted to James and his work, and volume seven contains several articles on The Portrait of a Lady. Edel, a James scholar, analyzes James's rendering of the United States in the novel.

James, Henry, Henry James: Autobiography, Criterion Books, 1956.

This edition brings together all three volumes of James's autobiography: A Small Boy and Others, originally...

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