Order and Design: Henry James's Titled Story Sequences (American University Studies)

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Henry James wrote six collections of stories to which he gave titles distinct from any stories contained therein. This study analyzes thematic continuities and ideas that led James to sequence the tales in these collections. Gage also analyzes Volume Eighteen of the «New York Edition» to reveal how James's redeployment of stories from The Better Sort yields a different design from the earlier collections. James's ordering of tales is not haphazard but purposeful. In the titled collections, he builds narratives to distill themes suggested by the titles. In Volume Eighteen, the reader is left to create the title or meaning.

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«One is grateful to Gage for raising the issue of the story sequences and pointing out lesser-known gems like »Paste« or connections like that between Daisy Miller and »Pandora«.» (Barbara J. Eckstein, American Literature)

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