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Number 6
June 12, 2003

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A Virtual Henry James

by Andrew Cutting
London Metropolitan University

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This presentation by Andrew Cutting is in hypertext format. In the table of contents on each page, click to go to the desired section.

This article discusses, among other things, James's "In the Cage," The American Scene, and "The Papers." Its opening paragraph reads as follows: "How might we reread James for a digital age? Should we use him to resist the impacts of new media and technologies? Or can we exploit these technologies to better popularise and understand James's writing?"


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