Metaphorical Signification in Henry James"s The Wings of the Dove: A Deconstructive Reading

@article{Taghizadeh2014MetaphoricalSI,
  title={Metaphorical Signification in Henry James"s The Wings of the Dove: A Deconstructive Reading},
  author={A. Taghizadeh},
  journal={Theory and Practice in Language Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={4},
  pages={1162-1170}
}
  • A. Taghizadeh
  • Published 2014
  • Philosophy
  • Theory and Practice in Language Studies
The later style of Henry James is an antidote to the provincialism of the Victorian English fiction. To supply his antidote, James attempted to provide his readers with a form of fiction which is integrally metaphorical. In The Wings of the Dove such a metaphorical signification is achieved, among other things, through water symbolism, a character who is different from what she is, structural biaxiality, ubiquitous appearances, and a policy of concealment. Such strategies render this story a… Expand

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