By tracking his creative method, demonstrating it dramatically through scenes where we can watch him thinking and writing, James makes the work of writing visible to his audience. As Charlotte leads her guests through the galleries at Fawns, lecturing them in a quavering voice that sounds "like the shriek of a soul in pain," she seems to be paying too great a price for her inappropriate marriage and her affair The self as writer is reliable and productive; he discovers opportunities and makes the most of them.
I think too that there's Charlotte's and mine.
And even if presented with the germ for a story or novel, how does he develop it, given the scanty resources, the lack of evidence of private life? The Complete Notebooks of Henry James.
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Charlotte is not wealthy, which is one reason they did not marry.