This is the first book to collect nearly all of the extant
correspondence between Henry James and Macmillan in London and, to
a lesser degree, in New York. The letters, chiefly between James
and Frederick Macmillan over a period of thirty-seven years, deal
primarily with business matters, but they also include comment on
literary and social affairs. The editorial apparatus seeks to
provide context and information sufficient to make the letters
available to an academic as well as a general audience.
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