the Henry James
Tales in collections index
tale :
Maud-Evelyn
(10200 words, 1900)
available variants :
(source details)
magazine text
first book text
The novels and stories of Henry James : new and complete edition / [edited by Percy Lubbock]. – London : Macmillan, 1921–23. – (Edel & Laurence ref. A86);   Vol. 28,   pages 3–43
first book text
Fourteen stories / by Henry James ; selected by David Garnett. – London : Rupert Hart-Davis, 1946;   pages 328–359
first book text;   introduction
The ghostly tales of Henry James / edited, with an introduction by Leon Edel. – New Brunswick, NJ : Rutgers University Press, 1948. – (Edel & Laurence ref. A94);   pages 600–629
first book text;   introduction, introduction to each tale
The complete tales of Henry James / edited with an introduction by Leon Edel. – London : Rupert Hart-Davis, 1962–64. – (Edel & Laurence ref. A105);   Vol. 11,   pages 43–75
first book text;   brief introduction
Stories of the supernatural / Henry James ; edited and with a new introduction and headnotes by Leon Edel. – London : Barrie & Jenkins, 1971. – A revised edition of The ghostly tales of Henry James (1949). – t.p.v. has invalid ISBN 0-214-68277-7;   pages 600–629
first book text;   introduction, introduction to each tale
Complete stories 1898–1910 / Henry James. – New York : The library of America, 1996. – (The library of America ; 83). – ISBN 1-883011-10-8;   pages 178–205 in print
£ 25·00, $ 35·00
first book text;   notes
The turn of the screw ; and other stories / Henry James ; volume editor Richard Aczel. – Köln : Könemann, 1996. – (Könemann classics – in English). – ISBN 3-89508-231-7 (cloth);   pages 225–254
first book text;   notes
The sense of the past : the ghostly stories of Henry James ; introduction by Glen Cavaliero. – Leyburn : Tartarus, 2006. – ISBN 1-87262-199-6;   pages 365–388 in print
£ 35·00
first book text;   introduction

known etexts for
Maud-Evelyn

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first book text British Adrian Dover the Ladder
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