Henry James was sensitive to what newspapers said about him and his work, including the one- and two-sentence statements he called “paragraphs.” The examination of several databases (principally America's Historical Newspapers 1690–1922) yields myriad references to James. The preponderance of these so-called “paragraphs” are quoted and listed chronologically in this two-part article. This second part includes items that appeared from 1904 to 1916 (the first part, covering 1867–1903, appeared earlier in 2019).

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