Bostonians, The

Bostonians, The

suffragists for lost causes, vulnerable to romance. [Am. Lit.: The Bostonians]
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Eimers (English, Missouri Valley College) examines the transformative experience of art in James's fiction, covering the art in James's experience and work, aesthetic experience in The Portrait of a Lady, the influence of architecture in The Bostonians, the character of Miriam Booth in The Tragic Muse, and Pater and Ruskin in The Wings of the Dove.
Bostonians, The Satirical novel by James, Henry , published serially in Century Illustrated Magazine in 1885-86 and in book form in three volumes in 1886.
Thus, at least for Native-American nineteenth-century Bostonians, the notion of a nation of island communities peopled by individuals jumping from one island to another is inaccurate.