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The Master (novel) - Wikipedia
Wait! How do you say his name?
Author on Facebook (publisher)
Discussion questions from LitLovers
Interview at Bookslut
Possible literary effect of this novel
Archived online Q&A with readers
John Updike's review at The New Yorker
Review: at The Guardian Tóibín adopts the register of Henry James in a sympathetic and triumphant novel, The Master.
Review: at The Guardian Hermione Lee acclaims Colm Tóibín The Master, a bold attempt at being Henry James.
Review at the NY Times: The Passion of Henry James
Michael Wood review in the London Review of Books
NPR (audio & transcript): Toibin Tells Henry James' Story
Good blog review at Literary Corner Cafe
Links to other reviews
Henry James (Wikipedia)
The Ladder: James fan's website
The Henry James scholar's Guide to Web Sites
Henry James: page with links to online texts
Free Henry James books &etc at Gutenberg.org (alphabetical sort)
Book about two women in James' life and its review
Articles in the NY Times
Infanta Margarita Teresa in a Blue Dress
Constance Fenimore Woolson : Selected works of Constance Fenimore Woolson were printed (and reprinted) in several volumes of family biography by Woolson's niece, Clare Benedict.
William & Henry James (Psychology Today)