Henry James - As A Realist Art Figure

Elova Umida Ruzimurodovna


This article focuses on Henry James' realistic views and interpretations of the ethical and psychological problems of the modernist literature. His stories and novelties are more reflected in social problems in society.In particular, in his novel "The Portrait of a Lady", a huge internal dramatism, a subtle and thoughtful portrayal of the human inner world is widely covered. The complex gamut of soul experiences is of particular importance with the fact that this novel is impregnated with the spirit of struggle for spiritual perfection.

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