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All the same , The Princess Casamassima is a great novel ; and one further
quality of it must be noted , a characteristic of James ' s especially evident here
because of the range of social scene he was committed to . This quality is the
charity of ...
Fundamental to all this , the principle activating it , was James ' s belief in the
necessity of what he called the Commanding Centre , the unifying element in the
work . In The Spoils of Poynton , the commanding centre was the houseful of ...
Hadrian the Seventh , 325 Hole in the Wall , The , 298 Hail and Farewell , 296
Holloway , John , on Hardy , 254 Handy Andy , 132 Homer , 353 , 357 Hanley ,
James , 343 Hook , Theodore , 146 - 7 Hard Times , 166 Hope , Anthony , 282
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