Table of contents for Henry James and sexuality / Hugh Stevens.

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1. Henry James and the languages of sex
2. Gender and representation in The Wings of the Dove
3. Sexuality and the aesthetic in The Golden Bowl
4. The Eroticism of prohibition: masochism and the law in Roderick Hudson
5. Queer plotting: The Bostonians and the Princess Casamassima
6. James's late short fiction and the spectacle of modern homosexuality
7. Suicide and blackmail: James's 'poor sensitive gentlemen'
Conclusion: 'that queer monster the artist'

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: James, Henry, 1843-1916 Views on sex, Homosexuality and literature United States History 19th century, Psychological fiction, American History and criticism, Sex (Psychology) in literature, Gender identity in literature, Sex role in literature, Desire in literature