Birth and Death Dates 1843-1916
Malaria and Victorian Fictions of Empire. (/isis/citation/CBB048634164/)
The Spirit of Electricity": Henry James's In the Cage and Electric Female Imagination at the Turn of the Century. Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology (pp. 357-387). (/isis/citation/CBB205119278/)
Metaphors and Analogies of Mind and Body in Nineteenth-Century Science and Fiction: George Eliot, Henry James and George Meredith. In: Minds, Bodies, Machines, 1770--1930 (p. 105). (/isis/citation/CBB001201380/)
The Ghost and the Corpse: Figuring the Mind/Brain Complex at the Turn of the Twentieth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB001567186/)
Science and Technology in the Age of Hawthorne, Melville, Twain, and James:Thinking and Writing Electricity. (/isis/citation/CBB000831315/)
Thrailkill, Jane F.
Doctoring the text: Therapeutic realism in nineteenth-century American literature. (/isis/citation/CBB001560924/)
James, William; Ignas K. Skrupskelis, Elizabeth M. Berkeley
The Correspondence of William James; Vol. 9: July 1899-1901. (/isis/citation/CBB000102297/)
The hidden self: Illness and sexual aesthetics in late nineteenth-century American literature. (/isis/citation/CBB001562179/)
Menke, Richard Bruce
Victorian interiors: The embodiment of subjectivity in English fiction, 1836--1901. (/isis/citation/CBB001562669/)
Bender, Madge H.
The rhetoric of birth control: “The love rights of women” in the early 20th-century novels of Henry James and Theodore Dreiser. (/isis/citation/CBB001564300/)
James, William; Skrupskelis, Ignas K.; Berkeley, Elizabeth M.; et al.
The Correspondence of William James, Volumes 1--12. (/isis/citation/CBB000630357/)
Henry James and the idea of race. English Studies (pp. 35-47). (/isis/citation/CBB000016062/)
Kirkpatrick, Judith Ann
The artistic expression of the psychological theories of William James in the writing of Henry James. (/isis/citation/CBB001563916/)