Henry James on Stage and Screen

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In the 1890s, when Henry James tried to achieve fame and financial security by turning to the theatre, he was unceremoniously booed off the stage. Since the 1940s and 50s his fiction has nevertheless been consistently interpreted by composers and film directors, culminating in the recent film adaptations of his novels by Merchant-Ivory, Jane Campion and Iain Softley. Henry James on the Stage and Screen traces this historical development.

MICHAEL ANESKO Lecturer in English and American Studies, Pennsylvania State University
ELIZABETH BRAKE Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Auburn University, Alabama
DAVID CROSS Lecturer in English Literature, University College London
MICHELLE DEUTSCH Manager of Technology Projects, London Office of a United States Investment Bank
MARK EATON Assistant Professor of English, Oklahoma City University
MICHAEL HALLIWELL Director of Creative Work and Research, Sydney University Conservatorium of Music
PHILIP HORNE Reader in English, University College London
MARICA IAN Associate Professor of Modern British and American Literature, Rutgers University
RICHARD A. KAYE Assistant Professor of English, Davidson College, North Carolina
DAVID VAN LEER Professor of English, University of California
SHELDON M. NOVICK Scholar in Residence, Vermont Law School
PETER SWAAB Lecturer in English, University College London
JOHN CARLOS ROWE Lecturer in Cultures of the United States and Critical Theory, University of California
VAL WILSON Lecturer in English, International House London


Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Herausgeber John Bradley
Seitenzahl 264
Erscheinungsdatum 25.09.2000
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-333-79214-8
Verlag Palgrave Macmillan UK
Maße (L/B/H) 23,6/16,1/2,5 cm
Gewicht 480 g
Auflage 2000


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  • Introduction Henry James on Stage: 'That Sole Intensity which the Theatre can Produce'; S.M.Novick 'The Master's Voice: Henry James and Opera; M.Halliwell Henry James: Varieties of Cinematic Experience; P.Horne The End of Embroidery: From Washington Square to The Heiress ; P.Swaab Ceremonies of Innocence: Men, Boys and Women in The Turn of the Screw ; M.Deustch Frank and Jim Go Boating: Henry James and the French New Wave; D.V.Leer Black and White and Shades of Grey: Ambiguity in The Innocents; V.Wilson Enduring Ephemera: James Cellan Jones, Henry James and the BBC; N.Berry Framing the 'Sketch': Bogdanovich's D aisy Miller; D.Cross Marriage, Influence and Deception: Merchant-Ivory's The Europeans and The Bostonians; E.Brake 'Exquisite Taste': The Recent Henry James Films as Middlebrow Culture; M.Eaton The Consciousness on the Cutting Room Floor: Jane Campion's The Portrait of a Lady; M.Anesko For Mature Viewers: Sexuality and Gender in Recent Film Adaptations of Henry James's Fiction; J.C.Rowe How To Do Things To Words: Making Language Immaterial in The Wings of the Dove ; M.Ian Portraits of Lady Chatterley: Jamesean Dilemmas, Lawrencian Eros and the Triumph of Cinematic Adaptation in The Wings of the Dove; R.A.Kaye Index