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A.D. Moody, 19 June 1980

Henry James. Letters. Volume II: 1875-1883 
edited by Leon Edel.
Macmillan, 438 pp., £15, March 1980, 0 333 18045 3
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Henry James: The Later Novels 
by Nicola Bradbury.
Oxford, 228 pp., £12, December 1979, 0 19 812096 6
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... the reader stand? ‘The teller is but a more developed reader,’ James wrote to his brother. Nicola Bradbury, who shows both why and how we should be as developed readers as he was a teller, would, I think, accept his implication that reader and artist stand in the same relation to the work, because both are involved in the same process of ...

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