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Fall 2001 Work of Literary Merit (WOLM)

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BOOKS

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Bloom, Harold, ed. Bloom's Major Short Story Writers: Henry James. Broomall, Pennsylvania: Chelsea House, 2001.
        PS 2117 .H46 2001

Cranfill, Thomas M., and Robert L Clark, Jr. An Anatomy of The Turn of the Screw. Austin: University of Texas, 1965.
      PS 2116 .T83 C7

Edel, Leon, ed. The Ghostly Tales of Henry James. New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1949.
      PS 2110 .E45

Edel, Leon and Lyall H. Powers, ed. The Complete Notebooks of Henry James. New York: Oxford University Press, 1987.
      PS 2123 .A3 1987

Gale, Robert L. Plots and Characters in the fiction of Henry James. Hamden: Shoe String Press, 1965.
      PS 2124 .G32 1972

Hocks, Richard A. Henry James: A Study of the Short Fiction. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1990.
      PS 2124 .H56 1990

Hoffmann, Charles G. The Short Novels of Henry James. New York: Bookman Associates, 1957.
      PS 2124 .H6

Kinoian, Vartkis. Henry James' Daisy Miller and The Turn of the Screw. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1965.
      PS 2116 .D2 K5 1965

Krook, Dorothea. The Ordeal of Consciousness in Henry James. Cambridge: University Press, 1962.
      PS 2124 .K7

McElderry, Jr., Bruce R. Henry James. NewYork: Twayne Publishers, 1965.
      PS 2124 .M26

Moore, Harry T. Henry James. New York: Viking Press, 1974.
      PS 2123 .M63 1974

Pifer, Ellen. "The Child at a Turning Point: James's 'The Turn of the Screw'". Demon or Doll. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 2000. 43-64.
      PS 374 .C45 P54 2000.

Pirie, Gordon. Henry James. Totowa, New Jersey: Rowman and Littlefield, 1974.
      PS 2123 .P5 1975

Rahv, Philip, ed. The Great Short Novels of Henry James. New York: Dial Press, 1944.
      PS 2110 .R2

Stone, Jr., Albert E. "Henry James and Childhood: 'The Turn of the Screw'. " American Character and Culture. Ed. John A. Hague. Deland, Florida: Everett Edwards, 1964. 85-100.
      E 169.1 .H138

Tompkins, Jane P., ed. Twentieth Centry Interpretations of The Turn of the Screw and Other Tales. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1970.
      PS 2124 .T6

Vaid, Krishna Baldev. Technique in the Tales of Henry James. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1964.
      PS 2124 .V3 1964

Willen, Gerald. A Casebook on Henry James's The Turn of the Screw. New York: Vail-Ballou Press, 1960.
      PS 2116 .T84


PERIODICAL ARTICLES AND ESSAYS FROM BOOKS

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Beidler, Peter G. "A Critical History of The Turn of the Screw." Henry James: The Turn of the Screw. ed. Peter G. Beidler. Boston: Bedford; St. Martin's, 1995. 127-51.

Booth, Wayne C. ""He Began to Read to Our Hushed Little Circle": Are We Blessed or Cursed by Our Life With The Turn of the Screw." The Turn of the Screw. ed. Peter G. Beidler. Boston: Bedford Books of St. Martin's Press, 1992.

Brown, Arthur A. "Henry James and Immortality: 'The Beast in the Jungle' and 'Is There Life After Death'." Colby Quarterly 34.3 (1998): 243-52.

Buelens, Gert. "In Possession of a Secret: Rhythms of Mastery and Surrender in 'The Beast in the Jungle'." The Henry James Review 19.1 (1998): 17-35.

DeKoven, Marianne. "Gender, History and Modernism in The Turn of the Screw." The Turn of the Screw and What Maisie Knew. eds. Neil Cornwell and Maggie Malone. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. 142-63.

Griffiths, James. "James's Stories and His Characters': A Reading of 'The Beast In Jungle' and 'The Bench of Desolation'." The Cambridge Quarterly 22.1 (1993): 43-59.

Heyns, Michiel W. "The Double Narrative of 'The Beast in the Jungle': Ethical Plot, Ironical Plot, and the Play of Power." Enacting History in Henry James: Narrative, Power, and Ethics. ed. Gert Buelens. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1997. 109-25.

Lucking, David. "Telling Tales in The Turn of the Screw." Durham University Journal 57.1 (1995): 63-74.

Mahbobah, Alberaq. "Hysteria, Rhetoric, and the Politics of Reversal in Henry James's The Turn of the Screw." The Henry James Review 17.2 (1996): 149-61.

Newman, Beth. "Getting Fixed: Feminine Identity and Scopic Crisis in The Turn of the Screw." The Turn of the Screw and What Maisie Knew. eds. Neil Cornwell and Maggie Malone. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. 112-41.

Pearson, John. "Repetition and Subversion in Henry James's The Turn of the Screw." The Henry James Review 13.3 (1992): 276-91.

Perluck, Herbert. "The Dramatics of the Unspoken and Unspeakable in Henry James's 'The Beast in the Jungle'." The Henry James Review 12.3 (1991): 231-54.

Renner, Stanley. ""Red Hair, Very Red, Close-Curling": Sexual Hysteria, Physiognomical Bogeymen, and the 'Ghosts' in The Turn of the Screw." The Turn of the Screw and What Maisie Knew. eds. Neil Cornwell and Maggie Malone. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. 223-41.

Robbins, Bruce. "'They Don't Much Count, Do They?' : The Unfinished History of The Turn of the Screw ." The Turn of the Screw . ed. Peter G. Beidler. Boston: Bedford; St. Martin's, 1995. 283-96.

Schleifer, Ronald. "The Trap of the Imagination: The Gothic Tradition, Fiction and The Turn of the Screw." The Turn of the Screw and What Maisie Knew. eds. Neil Cornwell and Maggie Malone. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. 19-41.

Steele, Meili. "Narration and the Face of Anxiety in Henry James' 'The Beast in the Jungle'."Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990. 421-28.

Van Peer, Willie and van der Knaap Ewout. "(In)Compatabile Interpretations? Contesting Readings of The Turn of the Screw." MLN 110.4 (1995): 692-710.

Walton, Priscilla. "'What Then on Earth Was I?' : Feminine Subjectivity and The Turn of the Screw." The Turn of the Screw. ed. Peter G. Beidler. Boston: Bedford; St. Martin's, 1995. 253-68.

Williams, Jeff. "Narrative Games: The Frame of The Turn of the Screw." The Journal of Narrative Technique 28.1 (1998): 43-55.


FILMS AT MEDIA SERVICES

Request viewing at Media Services Window in Plover Library or Circulation Desk in Mahoney Library. SRJC Student ID card required.

Famous Authors: Henry James   VC-4603

The Turn of the Screw   VC-4604

The American   VC-4601   (At Plover Library only)

The Bostonians   VC-4602   (At Plover Library only)

Daisy Miller   VC-4603   (At Plover Library only)

Washington Square   VC-4605   (At Plover Library only)

The Wings of the Dove   VC-4599   (At Plover Library only)




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