Philip Horne is a Professor in the English Department at University College London. He is the author of Henry James and Revision: The New York Edition (OUP, 1990); and editor of Henry James: A Life in Letters (Penguin, 1999). He is co-editor of Thorold Dickinson: a world of film (Manchester UP, 2008). He has also edited Henry James, A London Life & The Reverberator; Henry James, The Tragic Muse; Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist; and Henry James, The Portrait of a Lady and Autobiographies. He is Series Editor of the Penguin Classics Henry James, and the founding General Editor of the Cambridge University Press edition of The Complete Fiction of Henry James. He has also written articles on a wide range of subjects, including telephones and literature, zombies and consumer culture, the films of Powell and Pressburger and Martin Scorsese, the texts of Emily Dickinson, the criticism of F.R. Leavis, poetic allusion in Victorian fiction, and Bob Dylan and the Mississippi Blues.