Date

1965

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Arts

Department

English

First Adviser

Carl F. Strauch

Abstract

In much of Henry James' work there is an illusion of personality, in that people are often not what they seem. Careful reading is required to catch discrpancies between that which actually happens and that which is reported by the narrator or point of view character. Critics have often failed to perceive such subtlety.

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