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|Title:||The Artist in the work of Honry James|
|Authors:||Hanley, Mark John|
|Advisor:||Shrive, F. N.|
|Keywords:||English Language and Literature;English Language and Literature|
|Abstract:||<p>A study of Henry James ts presentation of writers and artists in seven tales and in The Tragic Muse. The first chapter discusses James is belief in the artist's power of execution to embody his vision in form, as shown "The Madonna of the future". This tale is contrasted with Hawthorne's "The Artist of the Beautiful". Chapter II considers Jame's elaborate notion of art as imitation in the work of the actor. The three sections or chapter III analyse the artist in four relations: with Society, with scholarship, with the reading public, and with the critics.</p>|
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