the Henry James
Tales in collections index
tale :
Flickerbridge
(7400 words, 1902)
available variants :
(source details)
magazine text
first book text
New York edition 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. 23,   pages 391–419
New York edition text
Fifteen short stories / by Henry James ; edited and with an introduction by Morton Dauwen Zabel. – New York : Bantam Books, 1961. – (Bantam classics ; SC84);   pages 374–392
New York edition text;   introduction, bibliography
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 327–350
first book text;   brief introduction
Complete stories 1898–1910 / Henry James. – New York : The library of America, 1996. – (The library of America ; 83). – ISBN 1-883011-10-8;   pages 421–440 in print
£ 25·00, $ 35·00
first book text;   notes
Collected stories / Henry James ; selected and introduced by John Bayley. – London : David Campbell Publishers, 1999. – (Everyman’s library). – ISBN 1-85715-785-0 (v. 1), 1-85715-786-9 (v.  2), 1-85715-244-1 (2 vols in slipcase)   also New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2000. – ISBN 0-375-40935-1 (v. 1), 0-375-40936-X (v. 2);   Vol. 2,   pages 715–735 in print
£ 12·50, $ 30·00 each
first book text;   introduction

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Flickerbridge

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first book text British Adrian Dover the Ladder
later reprint of New York edition text British Project Gutenberg Project Gutenberg
(part of a collection Some short stories);
Nalanda Digital Library
(part of a collection Some short stories);
Project Gutenberg Consortia Center
(part of a collection Some short stories)
later reprint of New York edition text? British Project Gutenberg Bored.com
(part of a collection Some short stories);
Great literature online (Cyber Studios);
Knowledgerush
(part of a collection Some short stories);
The literature network;
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