Edited By Jean Bessière and Gerald Gillespie
Henry James à la quête des universaux
Lisa BLOCK DE BEHAR
Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay
Constantius. – I like extremely the idea of Mordecai believing, without ground of belief, that if he only waits, a young man on whom nature and society have centered all their gifts will come to him and receive from his hands the precious vessel of his hopes. It is romantic, but it is not vulgar romance ; it is finely romantic. And there is something very fine in the author’s own feeling about Deronda.
Henry James, « Daniel Deronda : A Conversation », THE NATION.
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