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Dearly Beloved Friends: Henry James's Letters To Younger ...
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ISBN:   0472030000   List Price:    INR 1,551.87
ISBN-13:   9780472030002       (USD 21.95)
Publisher:   University of Michigan Press   Pages:    282
Binding:   Paperback   Weight:    0.9 Pounds
Dimension:   8.8 x 5.7 x 0.9 Inches   Language:    English
Pub. Year:   2004      
Category:   Literary Collections
 
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Dearly Beloved Friends makes available an ample selection of James's personal and occasionally intimate letters -- many long withheld from publication -- to four men: the sculptor Hendrik Andersen, the dilettante Dudley Jocelyn Persse, and the writers Howard Sturgis and Sir Hugh Walpole. The letters reveal a warm and humorous man, far from the austere persona we usually associate with James. He clearly loved a number of those friends with a depth and eroticism previously
Susan E. Gunter is Professor of English at Westminster College. Steven H. Jobe is Associate Professor of English at Hanover College.
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