A question of knowledge: James, Ford, "The Beast in the Jungle" and A Call.
The Henry James Review, 21(1) pp. 72–82.
This article is a comparison of one of Ford Madox Ford's most Jamesian fictions, his Edwardian novel A Call, and Henry James' well-known short story, 'The Beast in the Jungle'. It focuses on the question of knowledge in both texts - its type, quality and representation. Both writers have been described as in pursuit of the 'world's epistemological problems' and in this article I compare some of the results.
||2000 Johns Hopkins University Press
||Henry James; 'The Beast in the Jungle'; Ford Madox Ford; A Call; knowledge; gender; Edwardian fiction
||Arts > English
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