The American Businessman in the Novels and Stories of Henry James

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The critical interest in Henry James and his relationship with the "Gilded Age," or the "golden age of American business," indicates that a chronological study of the American businessman, as this character appears in James's fiction, may have some value. The term businessman in this study will simply be understood to mean a maker of money. To consider in detail all of James's writings would exceed the scope of this study; only those novels and stories which deal most obviously and directly with American businessmen will be included.

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Smith, Margaret Hart August 1969.

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The critical interest in Henry James and his relationship with the "Gilded Age," or the "golden age of American business," indicates that a chronological study of the American businessman, as this character appears in James's fiction, may have some value. The term businessman in this study will simply be understood to mean a maker of money. To consider in detail all of James's writings would exceed the scope of this study; only those novels and stories which deal most obviously and directly with American businessmen will be included.

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Smith, Margaret Hart. The American Businessman in the Novels and Stories of Henry James, thesis, August 1969; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc131176/: accessed November 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .