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When in 1993 I attended the conference organized by Daniel Mark Fogel, then editor of The Henry James Review, to celebrate the sesquicentennial of Henry James's birth in 1843, I predicted at the conference's concluding roundtable discussion that students' interests in James would decline over the next few decades.
A 1986 interview with Baldwin published in The Henry James Review confirmed my earlier intuition.
The Henry James Review also is available on the Internet, with articles from recent issues including one, inspired by ``The Portrait of a Lady,'' that is titled ``Divorce of a Nation; or, Can Isabel Archer Resist History?