Below, the most “Jamesian” passages from the second book in her Grey series.
There are Jamesian phrases sprinkled here and there in Foreign Bodies.
Looking back, I see those Jamesian tics—“as it were,” “hanging fire.”
Strangersby Anita Brookner Anita Brookner's Jamesian novel explores the depths of human loneliness—and desire.
And upon the petty residuum of human interest left to them they focus minds of a Jamesian calibre.
According to the true Jamesian psychology, she loves because she confides, instead of confiding because she loves.
"of or in the mode of James," 1875 in reference to William James (1842-1910) U.S. philosopher and exponent of pragmatism; 1905 in reference to his brother Henry James (1843-1916), U.S. expatriate novelist.