Matthew Flaherty, a Doctoral Candidate in the Department of English at Johns Hopkins University, is the author of “Henry James at the Ethical Turn: Vivification and Ironization in The Ambassadors,” which appeared in Nineteenth-Century Literature in 2014. He is now at work on his dissertation, titled ‘‘Many-sided Lives: Opposing Values in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel,’’ which explores how novels by Jane Austen, George Eliot, George Gissing, and Henry James use relations between characters to both privilege and challenge value-schemas.
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Henry James at the Ethical Turn: Vivification and Ironization in The Ambassadors
Nineteenth-Century Literature | Dec 2014