Jamesian Centers of Consciousness as Readers and Tellers of Stories
By: S. Selina Jamil (author)Hardback
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Jamesian Centers of Consciousness as Readers and Tellers of Stories, provides a new perspective on Henry James's interest in the subjects of imagination and narrative authority as he reveals them through his centers of consciousness as storytellers. S. Selina Jamil's focus is on the reflectors' ability to read and tell stories about their environments and about themselves with their wondering, interpretive, and creative imagination.
S. Selina Jamil is Assistant Professor, Department of English, Hillyer College at the University of Hartford in Connecticut.
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Acknowledgements Chapter 3 Introduction: Narrative Authority in the Jamesian Center of Consciousness Chapter 4 In the Cage of Commonness Chapter 5 Spencer Brydon's Aesthetic Quest in the "Human Actual Social" World Chapter 6 The Changing of Old Stories in The Golden Bowl Chapter 7 The Changing Imaginative Consciousness of Lambert Strether Chapter 8 Conclusion Chapter 9 Bibliography Chapter 10 Index
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