Dr. Joanne E. Gates:
EH 407 EH 407G Henry James On Film
and in the Digital Age
Jacksonville State University
May Term Course 2003
Instructor Pages: Link to the Course Flyer
- JSU Distance Learning sign-in page.
- Library Reserves for suggested reading. (You will need to select Course Reserves and Look for the Instructor and course number.)
- Class Calendar (Announcements made in class to any changes in these posted schedules always take precedence.) The calendar as WordPerfect Printout.
- Links for On-Line Reading:
- The Henry James Scholar's Guide to Web Sites by Richard Hathaway:
Most texts are available as html from this site or links from this site.
In addition, we will study and discuss materials at PBS's site that accompanies their adaptation of James's The American:
- Books for the Course:
Author: James, Henry
Title: The Golden Bowl
Although this text (and other Henry James work) is available on line, you will need this Penguin edition for class discussions and assignments. It has an introduction by Gore Vidal and the total pagination is 576. Retail price for a new copy should be $8.95.
Griffin, Susan M., ed.
Henry James Goes to the Movies
Publisher: U of Kentucky Press
The retail price on this is $27.00. If you are financially strapped there will be a copy on reserve at the library. The class will read all articles pertaining to The Golden Bowl. Each student will be reporting and reading on other entries, depending on the additional film/s you are assigned for your group.
- The Elizabeth Robins Web
Project Director. Local site for the works of Elizabeth Robins. Specific assignments in this archive may include a speech from Way Stations or another selected text.
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