Henry James and the Writing of Race and Nation by Sara Blair

Henry James and the Writing of Race and Nation

Cambridge Studies in American Literature and Culture

Sara Blair

nonfiction classics literary race medium-paced

272 pages

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In this study, Blair challenges Henry James' perceived status as the literary figurehead of an impregnable high culture. Emphasizing James' engagement in forms of popular culture (including ethnography, minstrelsy, photography, and journalism), Bl...
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