5 edition of Watch and ward found in the catalog.
Watch and ward
|Statement||by Henry James, Jr.|
|Series||Wright American fiction -- v. 3 (1876-1900), reel J-7, no. 2935.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.P234 Wa, PS15|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||87562532|
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Company, 12mo. pp. Sixth edition. "'Watch and Ward' first appeared in the Atlantic Monthly in the year It has been minutely revised, and has received many verbal alterations. Edel & Laurence, Bibliography of Henry James (3rd. ed.), A6 (for first edition). 10 quotes from Watch and Ward: ‘You decline?” he cried, almost defiantly. “ `Decline’ isn’t the word. Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. Watch and Ward by Henry James ratings, average rating, 43 reviews Open Preview Watch and Ward Cited by:
Define watch and ward. watch and ward synonyms, watch and ward pronunciation, watch and ward translation, English dictionary definition of watch and ward. n. a continuous watch or vigil. Watch and ward - definition of watch and ward by The Free Dictionary Neil Miller's book "Banned in Boston: The Watch and Ward Society's Crusade Against. A lively history of the Watch and Ward Society--New England's notorious literary censor for over eighty in Boston is the first-ever history of the Watch and Ward Society--once Boston's unofficial moral guardian. An influential watchdog organization, bankrolled by society's /5(15).
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The only reason I picked up 'Watch and Ward' was that it was the first novel included in a collection of his fiction I bought at a used book store a few years ago when I was feeling somewhat literary. It almost certainly was a bad place to start, because it turns out that later in life James himself thought 'Watch and Ward' was pretty bad/5.
"Watch and Ward" was the first novel of Henry James Jr, published in The Atlantic Monthly 1n "Junior" was 28 years old. "Watch and Ward" did not catapult him to literary fame, and has never been regarded as one of his masterworks, nothing more than a 'good start' toward "Portrait of a Lady".4/5(5).
Watch and Ward is the first novel by Henry James, originally serialized in The Atlantic Monthly in and then in book. Although he later disavowed, Watch and Ward is the first attempt to Henry James novel.
Still a beginner, the author demonstrates a predictable immaturity.4/5(5). WATCH AND WARD: New England Regionalist. "Watch and Ward" was the first novel of Henry James Jr, published in The Atlantic Monthly 1n "Junior" was 28 years old. "Watch and Ward" did not catapult him to literary fame, and has never been regarded as one of his masterworks, nothing more than a 'good start' toward "Portrait of a Lady"/5(6).
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There was a time when the label "Banned in Boston" was something that every author hoped for because it meant huge sales. Banned in Boston tells the story of Boston's Watch and Ward Society, a group of people that got together to decide what could be read, seen, heard and just what other sort of trouble people could get into/5.
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The system developed in 13th century England to preserve the peace in local communities. Guards were appointed and the duties of the constables at night (watch) and in daytime (ward) were defined.
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Watch and Ward is a short novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in The Atlantic Monthly in and later as a book in This was James' first attempt at a novel, though he virtually disowned the book later in life. James was still in his apprentice stage as a writer, and Watch Pages: Watch and Ward by Henry James.
This etext reproduces the original version of _Watch and Ward_ as it appeared in _The Atlantic Monthly_ from August through December of Years later, a book version was published (Houghton, Osgood and Company: Boston. Watch and ward Item Preview remove-circle Why is a book that was published in included in the Open Library.
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Paul C. Kemeny’s new book “The New England Watch and Ward Society” explores a forgotten chapter of American history. Kemeny’s book, published by Oxford University Press, presents a panoramic historical review of the Protestant establishment’s efforts to provide American culture with a unifying public Author: Nick Hildebrand.
H.L. Mencken in fought back against the overzealous censorship that inspired the catchphrase ‘Banned in Boston.’ He did it by getting himself arrested on Boston Common. Boston’s chief censor wilted under the mockery the spectacle created.
The city’s Watch and Ward Society, a puritanical group of private citizens, policed published works from to [ ]. The Watch and Ward Society In the final chapter the author reveals his reason for giving the book its title.
“Ward was, in many ways, a man born out of due time. In his political and social conservatism, he was born too late, and in his openness to theological trends, too early.”.The New England Watch and Ward Society (founded as the New England Society for the Suppression of Vice) was a Boston, Massachusetts, organization involved in the censorship of books and the performing arts from the late 19th century to the middle of the 20th century.
After the s, its emphasis changed to combating the spread of the organization's name was changed to the New Headquarters: Boston, Massachusetts.Watch and Ward (Pocket Classics) by Kaplan, Fred,James, Henry and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at