Henry James, 1843-1916

Biographical note

American/British author of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, best-known for novels and novellas of morals. As such, he favors internal, psychological drama; his work is frequently about alienation, his prose frequently serpentine. His earlier work is considered Realist, but in fact throughout his long career he maintained a strong interest in a variety of artistic effects and movements.

Works

Novels

Novellas and tales

Autobiography

Other non-fiction

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