Chapel Hill, (1983): : University of North Carolina Press. First Edition. Octavo. Item #007632
242 pp. Interpreting Henry James from the perspective of phenomenology, the author suggests in turn that Henry Jame's own perspective is essentially phenomenologiacal, that his understanding of the proecess of knowing, the art of fiction, and experiece as a whole coincides in important ways with the ideas of the leading phenomenologist.Bound in black cloth, spie lettring silver. A near fine copy in near fine pictorial dust jacket.