Teaching the Short Fiction of Henry James
Critical and Pedagogical Essays
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About the Book
Henry James stands as one of the preeminent writers of the late 19th/early 20th century period; however, the world he wrote about has since disappeared. This collection of essays provides pedagogical assistance for several of his short stories—including “The Jolly Corner”, “The Europeans” and “Travelling Companions”—and his most anthologized longer works. It is aimed at instructors who do not consider themselves experts on James’ work. Each essay approaches a single work, offering a critical analysis as well as providing pedagogical suggestions for how to introduce both the work and the relevant social issues to students of the 21st century.
About the Author(s)
Kathleen McDonald is a professor of English at Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont, the university assessment coordinator at Norwich University and regularly participates in regional accreditations, and presents at conferences.
Anne S. Jung is vice president of academic affairs, dean of the college, and associate professor of English at Maria College in Albany, New York. Her current research interests include 19th century American Romance, art and gender in the literature of Henry James, as well as the pedagogy of teaching Cultural Studies.
Edited by Kathleen McDonald and Anne S. Jung
Format: softcover (6 x 9)
Bibliographic Info: appendix, notes, bibliography, index
Copyright Date: 2022