• Game Winning Threes by Ginebra Import Henry James Against Alaska and Shell

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  • Reading Henry James

    HSP Fall 2016 Class Promotional Presented by: Associate Professor Lynda Zwinger In this class we will begin to see for ourselves what James contributed to the art to which he devoted his entire life. The course will include lectures on the history and form of the English and American novel, Henry James’s life and times, selected passages from James’s prefaces to the famous New York edition, and an introduction to foundational formal and theoretical concepts we will need for our exploration. James wrote for many kinds of readers: those looking for a good story, his fellow artists, and for his ideal reader—who, not surprisingly, bears an extremely close resemblance to James himself. He provides instructions for each level of reading embedded within each tale and novel, and we will learn to...

    published: 21 Jul 2016
  • Professor Robert B. Pippin Portrait of a Lady by Henry James

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    published: 07 Jan 2013
  • The American by Henry James (FULL Audiobook)

    The American audiobook by Henry James (1843-1916) http://free-audio-books.info/novel/the-american-audiobook/ One of James's early novels, The American plunges right in to one of the writer's most enduring subjects, that of the innocent, or at least inexperienced, American abroad, seeking to come to terms with the social customs and conventions of an old European aristocracy (think of Daisy Miller, Portrait of a Lady, The Wings of the Dove and others). The aptly named Christopher Newman, having made a small fortune from business in California, has come to the Old World for the first time, determined to enlarge his experience by learning all he can of it. In Paris he meets an old acquaintance, Tom Tristram, who (though he himself has little interest in educating himself about Europe) shows h...

    published: 03 Sep 2013
  • The American (Masterpiece Theatre) 1/4

    The era when upstart America challenged the ancient privileges of Europe is portrayed in The American, an adaptation of Henry James's darkly romantic novel. Set in 1868, the story follows the fortunes of Christopher Newman (Matthew Modine), a 19th-century "new man" who has amassed a fortune in California and heads to Europe to learn its ways and find a wife. After arriving in Paris, naïvely receptive to all its charms and mysteries, he becomes enchanted with Claire de Cintré (Aisling O'Sullivan), a young Parisian widow whose beauty and enigmatic background ignite obsessive desire in the handsome American. But his overtures are discouraged in no uncertain terms by Claire's imperious mother, Madame de Bellegarde (Emmy award winner Diana Rigg), a descendant of ancient nobility who stops at ...

    published: 28 May 2012
  • The Real Thing, by Henry James

    LibriVox recording of The Real Thing, by Henry James. Read by Nicholas Clifford The Real Thing is, on one level, a somewhat ironic tale of an artist and two rather particular models. Yet it also raises questions about the relationship between the notion of reality in our humdrum world, and the means that an artist must use in trying to achieve, or reflect, that reality. Though the protagonist is an artist and illustrator of books, not a writer, it's not hard to imagine that James has himself, and other writers, in mind.(summary by Nicholas Clifford)

    published: 03 Apr 2016
  • Henry James: Otra vuelta de tuerca - Audiolibro

    published: 10 Apr 2016
  • Daisy Miller by Henry James [Full Audiobook]

    Daisy Miller by Henry James [Full Audiobook]

    published: 22 Mar 2015
  • Commissioner's Cup 1996 Ginebra vs Alaska Part 1 of 9

    1996 Ginebra with Henry James

    published: 17 Apr 2010
  • Philip Horne: The Autobiographies of Henry James

    Literary scholar Philip Horne discusses the autobiographical writings and late career of American author Henry James (1843–1916) in an informal talk at The Grolier Club in New York City on February 25, 2016. Horne edited the collection "Henry James: Autobiographies" for Library of America. (43:15) Visit the Library of America website: www.loa.org

    published: 14 Mar 2016
  • Henry James

    Consciousness and perception Realism's my predilection Never married, virginal bachelor Sexuality's a moral disaster Under certain circumstances there are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea. I'm on the outside looking in Expatriate exposing sin Deep experience is never peaceful American responsibility is unequal The story had held us, round the fire, sufficiently breathless, but except the obvious remark that it was gruesome, as, on Christmas Eve in an old house, a strange tale should essentially be. Experience is never limited, and it is never complete; it is an immense sensibility, a kind of huge spider-web, of the finest silken threads, suspended in the chamber of consciousness and catching every air-borne ...

    published: 15 Feb 2009
  • Anne Diebel: Henry James and The Yellow Book in the 1890s

    Anne Diebel discusses Henry James's situation in the 1890s, his decision to write for The Yellow Book, the three stories he published there and the effects this had on his career. In particular, Diebel examines how the content of Henry James's stories for The Yellow Book reflected his changing attitudes to the public and his own work. Diebel also touches on the art of Aubrey Beardsley, Henry James's play 'Guy Domville', his stories 'The Death of the Lion' and 'The Next Time', and his view of the public as 'ravenous autograph-hunters, exploiters of publicity, lion-hunters, exploiters of publicity‘. Read Anne Diebel in the LRB: http://www.lrb.co.uk/contributors/anne-diebel Read the latest LRB: http://www.lrb.co.uk/ ABOUT THE LRB Since 1979, the London Review of Books has stood up for th...

    published: 28 Jul 2015
  • Daisy Miller (dramatic reading) by Henry James

    LibriVox recording of Daisy Miller (dramatic reading) by Henry James. Read in English by a full castDaisy Miller is an 1878 novella by Henry James first appearing in Cornhill Magazine in June–July 1879, and in book form the following year. It portrays the courtship of the beautiful American girl Daisy Miller by Frederick Winterbourne, a sophisticated compatriot of hers. His pursuit of her is hampered by her own flirtatiousness, which is frowned upon by the other expatriates when they meet in Switzerland and Italy. (Summary by Wikipedia)CastFrederick Winterbourne: Brett W. DowneyDaisy Miller: Amanda FridayRandolph Miller: Arielle LipshawMrs. Miller: Libby GohnMrs. Costello: Elizabeth KlettMrs. Walker: MaryankaEugenio: Denny SayersServant: Halle KillWinterbourne's Friend: Richard FridayNarra...

    published: 02 Dec 2014
  • Deleuze et la littérature (2/4) : Henry James, l'art du secret

    Les Nouveaux chemins de la connaissance Émission diffusée sur France Culture le 06.12.2016. Par Adèle Van Reeth. Les personnages de littérature sont de grands penseurs, remarquait Deleuze. Quoi de plus juste, à la lecture des romans d'Henry James ? Les romans d'Henry James dont chaque personnage est un miroir, romans qui parviennent à créer des jeux de symétrie, et même à illustrer la thèse de Leibniz sur les monades. Si "la littérature d'imagination habite une maison qui n'a pas une seule fenêtre, mais des millions", Deleuze nous aide à y accéder, et c'est David Lapoujade qui nous y introduit. Le texte du jour : « Si un écrivain eut affaire avec le secret, ce fut Henry James. Il a toute une évolution à cet égard, qui est comme la perfection de son art. Car le secret, il le cherche d’ab...

    published: 20 May 2017
  • Henry James: “The Art of Fiction” (ENG)

    Subject:English Paper: Literary Criticism and Theory

    published: 05 Jun 2017
Game Winning Threes by Ginebra Import  Henry James Against Alaska and Shell

Game Winning Threes by Ginebra Import Henry James Against Alaska and Shell

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Reading Henry James

Reading Henry James

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HSP Fall 2016 Class Promotional Presented by: Associate Professor Lynda Zwinger In this class we will begin to see for ourselves what James contributed to the art to which he devoted his entire life. The course will include lectures on the history and form of the English and American novel, Henry James’s life and times, selected passages from James’s prefaces to the famous New York edition, and an introduction to foundational formal and theoretical concepts we will need for our exploration. James wrote for many kinds of readers: those looking for a good story, his fellow artists, and for his ideal reader—who, not surprisingly, bears an extremely close resemblance to James himself. He provides instructions for each level of reading embedded within each tale and novel, and we will learn to find them. More information can be found at: http://hsp.arizona.edu/
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Professor Robert B. Pippin  Portrait of a Lady by Henry James

Professor Robert B. Pippin Portrait of a Lady by Henry James

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  • Updated: 07 Jan 2013
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The American by Henry James (FULL Audiobook)

The American by Henry James (FULL Audiobook)

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The American audiobook by Henry James (1843-1916) http://free-audio-books.info/novel/the-american-audiobook/ One of James's early novels, The American plunges right in to one of the writer's most enduring subjects, that of the innocent, or at least inexperienced, American abroad, seeking to come to terms with the social customs and conventions of an old European aristocracy (think of Daisy Miller, Portrait of a Lady, The Wings of the Dove and others). The aptly named Christopher Newman, having made a small fortune from business in California, has come to the Old World for the first time, determined to enlarge his experience by learning all he can of it. In Paris he meets an old acquaintance, Tom Tristram, who (though he himself has little interest in educating himself about Europe) shows him around, and introduces him to the young widow Claire de Cintre, whose family -- the aristocratic de Bellegardes -- distrust his American brashness and commercialism. Claire, nonetheless, agrees to marry him, thus pulling Newman, rather more deeply than he is prepared for, into a society that closely guards its secrets, and forcing him to face new and quite unexpected questions. (Introduction by Nicholas Clifford - FULL Audiobook)
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The American (Masterpiece Theatre) 1/4

The American (Masterpiece Theatre) 1/4

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  • Updated: 28 May 2012
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The era when upstart America challenged the ancient privileges of Europe is portrayed in The American, an adaptation of Henry James's darkly romantic novel. Set in 1868, the story follows the fortunes of Christopher Newman (Matthew Modine), a 19th-century "new man" who has amassed a fortune in California and heads to Europe to learn its ways and find a wife. After arriving in Paris, naïvely receptive to all its charms and mysteries, he becomes enchanted with Claire de Cintré (Aisling O'Sullivan), a young Parisian widow whose beauty and enigmatic background ignite obsessive desire in the handsome American. But his overtures are discouraged in no uncertain terms by Claire's imperious mother, Madame de Bellegarde (Emmy award winner Diana Rigg), a descendant of ancient nobility who stops at nothing to arrange coldhearted aristocratic matches for her children. Featuring Diana Rigg and Matthew Modine in a classic from Henry James. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/masterpiece/americancollection/american/index.html
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The Real Thing, by Henry James

The Real Thing, by Henry James

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LibriVox recording of The Real Thing, by Henry James. Read by Nicholas Clifford The Real Thing is, on one level, a somewhat ironic tale of an artist and two rather particular models. Yet it also raises questions about the relationship between the notion of reality in our humdrum world, and the means that an artist must use in trying to achieve, or reflect, that reality. Though the protagonist is an artist and illustrator of books, not a writer, it's not hard to imagine that James has himself, and other writers, in mind.(summary by Nicholas Clifford)
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Henry James: Otra vuelta de tuerca - Audiolibro

Henry James: Otra vuelta de tuerca - Audiolibro

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  • Updated: 10 Apr 2016
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Daisy Miller by Henry James [Full Audiobook]

Daisy Miller by Henry James [Full Audiobook]

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  • Updated: 22 Mar 2015
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Daisy Miller by Henry James [Full Audiobook]
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Commissioner's Cup 1996 Ginebra vs Alaska Part 1 of 9

Commissioner's Cup 1996 Ginebra vs Alaska Part 1 of 9

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  • Updated: 17 Apr 2010
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1996 Ginebra with Henry James
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Philip Horne: The Autobiographies of Henry James

Philip Horne: The Autobiographies of Henry James

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  • Updated: 14 Mar 2016
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Literary scholar Philip Horne discusses the autobiographical writings and late career of American author Henry James (1843–1916) in an informal talk at The Grolier Club in New York City on February 25, 2016. Horne edited the collection "Henry James: Autobiographies" for Library of America. (43:15) Visit the Library of America website: www.loa.org
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Henry James

Henry James

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Consciousness and perception Realism's my predilection Never married, virginal bachelor Sexuality's a moral disaster Under certain circumstances there are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea. I'm on the outside looking in Expatriate exposing sin Deep experience is never peaceful American responsibility is unequal The story had held us, round the fire, sufficiently breathless, but except the obvious remark that it was gruesome, as, on Christmas Eve in an old house, a strange tale should essentially be. Experience is never limited, and it is never complete; it is an immense sensibility, a kind of huge spider-web, of the finest silken threads, suspended in the chamber of consciousness and catching every air-borne particle in its tissue. To criticize is to appropriate Turn the screw, before you are too late Start living the life you've imagined Excellence does not require perfection
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Anne Diebel: Henry James and The Yellow Book in the 1890s

Anne Diebel: Henry James and The Yellow Book in the 1890s

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  • Updated: 28 Jul 2015
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Anne Diebel discusses Henry James's situation in the 1890s, his decision to write for The Yellow Book, the three stories he published there and the effects this had on his career. In particular, Diebel examines how the content of Henry James's stories for The Yellow Book reflected his changing attitudes to the public and his own work. Diebel also touches on the art of Aubrey Beardsley, Henry James's play 'Guy Domville', his stories 'The Death of the Lion' and 'The Next Time', and his view of the public as 'ravenous autograph-hunters, exploiters of publicity, lion-hunters, exploiters of publicity‘. Read Anne Diebel in the LRB: http://www.lrb.co.uk/contributors/anne-diebel Read the latest LRB: http://www.lrb.co.uk/ ABOUT THE LRB Since 1979, the London Review of Books has stood up for the tradition of the literary and intellectual essay in English. Each issue contains up to 15 long reviews and essays by academics, writers and journalists. There are also shorter art and film reviews, as well as poems and a lively letters page. A typical issue moves through political commentary to science or ancient history by way of literary criticism and social anthropology. So, for example, an issue can open with a piece on the rhetoric of war, move on to reassessing the reputation of Pythagoras, follow that with articles on the situation in Iraq, the 19th-century super-rich, Nabokov’s unpublished novel, how saints got to be saints, the life and work of William Empson, and an assessment of the poetry of Alice Oswald.
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Daisy Miller (dramatic reading) by Henry James

Daisy Miller (dramatic reading) by Henry James

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  • Updated: 02 Dec 2014
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LibriVox recording of Daisy Miller (dramatic reading) by Henry James. Read in English by a full castDaisy Miller is an 1878 novella by Henry James first appearing in Cornhill Magazine in June–July 1879, and in book form the following year. It portrays the courtship of the beautiful American girl Daisy Miller by Frederick Winterbourne, a sophisticated compatriot of hers. His pursuit of her is hampered by her own flirtatiousness, which is frowned upon by the other expatriates when they meet in Switzerland and Italy. (Summary by Wikipedia)CastFrederick Winterbourne: Brett W. DowneyDaisy Miller: Amanda FridayRandolph Miller: Arielle LipshawMrs. Miller: Libby GohnMrs. Costello: Elizabeth KlettMrs. Walker: MaryankaEugenio: Denny SayersServant: Halle KillWinterbourne's Friend: Richard FridayNarrator: Bob Neufeld
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Deleuze et la littérature (2/4) : Henry James, l'art du secret

Deleuze et la littérature (2/4) : Henry James, l'art du secret

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Les Nouveaux chemins de la connaissance Émission diffusée sur France Culture le 06.12.2016. Par Adèle Van Reeth. Les personnages de littérature sont de grands penseurs, remarquait Deleuze. Quoi de plus juste, à la lecture des romans d'Henry James ? Les romans d'Henry James dont chaque personnage est un miroir, romans qui parviennent à créer des jeux de symétrie, et même à illustrer la thèse de Leibniz sur les monades. Si "la littérature d'imagination habite une maison qui n'a pas une seule fenêtre, mais des millions", Deleuze nous aide à y accéder, et c'est David Lapoujade qui nous y introduit. Le texte du jour : « Si un écrivain eut affaire avec le secret, ce fut Henry James. Il a toute une évolution à cet égard, qui est comme la perfection de son art. Car le secret, il le cherche d’abord dans des contenus, même insignifiants, entrouverts, entraperçus. Puis il évoque la possibilité d’une forme infinie du secret qui n’aurait même plus besoin de contenu et qui aurait conquis l’imperceptible. Mais il n’évoque cette possibilité que pour poser la question : le secret est-il dans le contenu, ou bien dans la forme ? – et la réponse est déjà donnée : ni l’un ni l’autre. C’est que James fait partie de ces écrivains pris dans un devenir-femme irrésistible. Il ne cessera de poursuivre son but, et d’inventer les moyens techniques nécessaires. Moléculariser le contenu du secret, linéariser la forme. James aura tout exploré, du devenir-enfant du secret (toujours un enfant qui découvre des secrets) au devenir-femme du secret (un secret par transparence, et qui n’est plus qu’une ligne pure laissant à peine la trace de son passage). […] Ce qui compte dans le secret, ce sont moins ses trois états, contenu d’enfant, forme infinie virile, pure ligne féminine, que les devenirs qui y sont attachés, le devenir-enfant du secret, son devenir-féminin, son devenir-moléculaire – là où précisément le secret n’a plus ni contenu ni forme, l’imperceptible enfin perçu, le clandestin qui n’a même plus rien à cacher. » Gilles Deleuze, Mille plateaux, Minuit, 1980, p.355-356. Extraits : - L’Abécédaire de Gilles Deleuze - Gilles Deleuze, cours du 17/05/1983 - Gilles Deleuze, cours du 15/04/1980 - « Anniversaire Henry James », France culture, 05/05/1966 Lectures : - Gilles Deleuze, Mille plateaux, Minuit, 1980, p.355-356 - Henry James, Un portrait de femme, 1881, trad. Philippe Neel, Stock, 1969, p.511-512 - Henry James, « Dans la cage », V, 1898, trad. Aurélie Guillain, dans Nouvelles complètes, tome IV, Gallimard, Bibliothèque de la Pléiade, 2011, p.138-139 Références musicales : - Max Reger, Bunte blatter - Charles Trenet, De la fenêtre d’en haut - Francis Poulenc, Sonate pour 2 clarinettes Intervenant : - David Lapoujade : maître de conférences à l’université Paris-I Panthéon-Sorbonne. Bibliographie : - David Lapoujade, Deleuze, les mouvements aberrants, Les éditions de Minuit, 2014. - David Lapoujade, Fiction du pragmatisme : William et Henry James, Minuit, 2008.
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Henry James: “The Art of Fiction” (ENG)

Henry James: “The Art of Fiction” (ENG)

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