The Abuse of Confidence as a Major Theme in the Novels of Henry James

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All of the aforementioned factors--love, money, the abuse of confidence, the guilt growing out of it, the response of the victim--contribute to the moral view constantly evolving towards an ultimate statement in the three novels of James's maturity. This thesis will attempt to explicate in full that statement. For James's theme of abuse of confidence, together with all of its elements, was in itself only the vehicle of a finely attuned moral awareness.

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Sullenberger, T. E. August 1966.

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All of the aforementioned factors--love, money, the abuse of confidence, the guilt growing out of it, the response of the victim--contribute to the moral view constantly evolving towards an ultimate statement in the three novels of James's maturity. This thesis will attempt to explicate in full that statement. For James's theme of abuse of confidence, together with all of its elements, was in itself only the vehicle of a finely attuned moral awareness.

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Sullenberger, T. E. The Abuse of Confidence as a Major Theme in the Novels of Henry James, thesis, August 1966; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc130757/: accessed December 11, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .