The Portrait of a Lady | Study Guide

Henry James

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Dover, Adrian. The Ladder: A Henry James Website, 10 Nov. 2013.

Gale, Robert L. A Henry James Encyclopedia. Greenwood, 1989.

Gorro, Michael. Portrait of a Novel: Henry James and the Making of an American Masterpiece. Liverlight, 2014.

Haralson, Eric, and Kendall Johnson. A Critical Companion to Henry James. Facts on File, 2009.

James, Henry. The Portrait of a Lady. Revised ed., Penguin, 2003.

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