Imperialism and Social Class in the Novels of Henry James

Author: Huang, Lihua
Year:2012
Pages:308
ISBN:0-7734-2560-8
978-0-7734-2560-6
Price:219.95
This is the first study to critically examine the novels of William James using class studies.

Reviews

“Consistently intelligent and challenging”— Prof. Wei Ruan Shenzhen University

“… significant contribution” – Prof. Douglas Kerr University of Hong Kong

Table of Contents

Introduction

1.Imperial Economy and its Operations in Italian hours

2.Human Commodities and Marriage Market in The European

3.Vulgarity, Types and Professionalism in “The Real Thing”

4.Power, Freedom and Imperialist Imagination in The Ambassadors

Conclusion

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