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Henry James: Art of Fiction

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  • Henry James was a British-American novelist and critic. He remained an artistic realist till the end. His famous novels were published between the year 1901 to 1914.
  • Henry James՚s works are critically assessed to justify him as a critic. His works of criticism carry various titles: French Poets and Novelists, Hawthorne, Partial Portraits, Essays in London and Elsewhere, and Notes on Novelists.
  • His Views and Reviews contains his early reviews, introductions, and pronouncements in letters.
  • Some other critical notes, reviews and epistles were published posthumously titled Notes and Reviews, The Future of the Novel, Amer…

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Art for Art՚s Sake

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  • Art for Art՚s Sake is a slogan of the literary movement Aestheticism developed in the Decadent period; is the trans-creation of l՚art pour l՚art, which has expounded the tenets of the Aestheticism.
  • The works of Theophile Gautier and his followers in France; the works of Edgar Allan Poe and his followers in the America; and the works of Walter Horatio Pater and his followers in England expounded …

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