Some articles on edition, harper edition:
... textual variations in the Methuen edition ... the serial version, was inserted before 'chapter 28', not after it, as in the Harper edition, (which James thoroughly proof-read) ... Five years later, when he prepared the revised text for the New York Edition (NYE), James worked from the Harper edition, and the two chapters (numbers 28 and 29) became ...
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