[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Morris Roberts, "Henry James and the Art of Foreshortening," RES, XXII (1946), 207-21410.2307/508916
207
2
The Novels and Tales of Henry James (New York, 1907-1917), XVIII, xv-here- after cited in the text as Tales
xv
XVIII
The Novels and Tales of Henry James
1907
3
James's novels is Washington Square (1880)
The Princess Casamassima (1886)
What Maisie Knew (1897)
4
The Novels and Stories of Henry Jamnes, ed. Percy Lubbock (London, 1921-1923), VIII, 140-141-hereafter cited in the text as Stories
Lubbock
140
VIII
The Novels and Stories of Henry Jamnes
1921
5
The Wings of the Dove (1902)
6
The Notebooks of Henry James, ed. F. 0. Matthiessen and Kenneth B. Murdock, New York, 1947, p. 170
Matthiessen
170
The Notebooks of Henry James
1947
Notebooks, p. 170
8
Miriam Allott, "The Bronzino Portrait in Henry James's 'The Wings of the Dove,'" MLN, LXVIII (1953), 23-2510.2307/2908892
23
9
Op. cit., pp. 207-208
10
The Question of Our Speech. The Lesson of Balzac. Two Lectures by Henry James (Boston and Newv York, 1905), pp. 109-110
109
The Question of Our Speech. The Lesson of Balzac. Two Lectures by Henry James
1905
11
Roberts, pp. 209-212
12
The Lesson of Balzac, p. 109
13
"The Art of Fiction," Partial Portraits (London. 1888), p. 392
The Art of Fiction
392
Partial Portraits
1888
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