By K. Boudreau
Henry James’ Narrative method situates Henry James’ recognized procedure inside an rising modernist culture with roots in philosophical debates among rationalism and empiricism. This cogent research considers James’ works within the context of nineteenth-century inspiration on attention, conception, and cognition. Kristin Boudreau makes the compelling argument that those philosophical discussions stimulated James’ depictions of realization and are indispensable to his narrative approach.
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These never presented a practical difficulty to any man” (EL 305). Above all, Emerson considered that Swedenborg had such a mind. ” (685). com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromso - PalgraveConnect - 2011-03-14 nightly turns many an honest gentleman, benevolent, but dyspeptic, into a wretch, skulking like a dog about the outer yards and kennels of creation. When he mounts into the heaven, I do not hear its language. A man should not tell me that he has walked among the angels; his proof is, that his eloquence makes him one.
Com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromso - PalgraveConnect - 2011-03-14 34 35 Eliot claimed that “the most intelligent man of his generation” (46) was untouched by ideas, and in these scenes we can see the low esteem in which James held such things. But it would be an overstatement to say that James regarded ideas exactly as Eliot did. The novelist recognized the typological tradition—extending backward to his native country’s colonial origins—of seeing the world according to preexisting (usually Biblical) patterns.
In Peirce’s 1869 review of James’ book, the younger philosopher complains about James’ dogmatic method and his refusal to justify Swedenborg’s claims. As Peirce writes, This is not the language of a philosopher. . What men treat by mere affirmation are matters which they do not believe will be questioned, together with such as they conceive cannot be questioned. But what is in the mind of a writer who talks of justifying himself affirmatively? His affirmative justification can amount to nothing but energetic assertion, or energetic denunciation of others.
Henry James' Narrative Technique: Consciousness, Perception, and Cognition by K. Boudreau