The Works of Henry James by Henry James
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72 works of Henry James
American-born writer, regarded as one of the key figures of 19th-century literary realism (1843-1916)

This ebook presents a collection of 72 works of Henry James. A dynamic table of contents allows you to jump directly to the work selected.

Table of Contents:
A Bundle of Letters
A Little Tour in France
A London Life and Other Tales
A Passionate Pilgrim
A Small Boy and Others
An International Episode
Daisy Miller
Eugene Pickering
Four Meetings
Georgina's Reasons
Greville Fane
In the Cage
Italian Hours
Lady Barbarina - The Siege of London, An International Episode and Other Tales
Louisa Pallant
Madame De Mauves
Nona Vincent
Notes of a Son and Brother
Roderick Hudson
Sir Dominick Ferrand
Some Short Stories
The Altar of the Dead
The Ambassadors
The American
The Aspern Papers
The Author of Beltraffio
The Awkward Age
The Beast in the Jungle
The Beldonald Holbein
The Bostonians – Volume I
The Bostonians – Volume II
The Chaperon
The Coxon Fund
The Death of the Lion
The Diary of a Man of Fifty
The Europeans
The Figure in the Carpet
The Finer Grain
The Golden Bowl — Complete Work
The Jolly Corner
The Lesson of the Master
The Letters of Henry James – Volume I
The Letters of Henry James – Volume II
The Madonna of the Future
The Marriages
The Middle Years
The Outcry
The Patagonia
The Path Of Duty
The Pension Beaurepas
The Point of View
The Portrait of a Lady – Volume I
The Portrait of a Lady – Volume II
The Pupil
The Real Thing
The Reverberator
The Sacred Fount
The Spoils of Poynton
The Tragic Muse
The Turn of the Screw
The Two Magics - The Turn of the Screw, Covering End
The Wings of the Dove – Volume I
The Wings of the Dove – Volume II
Views and Reviews
Washington Square
What Maisie Knew
Within the Rim and Other Essays

About Henry James

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Henry James (1843-1916), born in New York City, was the son of noted religious philosopher Henry James, Sr., and brother of eminent psychologist and philosopher William James. He spent his early life in America and studied in Geneva, London and Paris during his adolescence to gain the worldly experience so prized by his father. He lived in Newport, went briefly to Harvard Law School, and in 1864 began to contribute both criticism and tales to magazines. In 1869, and then in 1872-74, he paid visits to Europe and began his first novel, Roderick Hudson. Late in 1875 he settled in Paris, where he met Turgenev, Flaubert, and Zola, and wrote The American (1877). In December 1876 he moved to London, where two years later he achieved international fame with Daisy Miller. Other famous works include Washington Square (1880), The Portrait of a Lady (1881), The Princess Casamassima (1886), The Aspern Papers (1888), The Turn of the Screw (1898), and three large novels of the new century, The Wings of the Dove (1902), The Ambassadors (1903) and The Golden Bowl (1904). In 1905 he revisited the United States and wrote The American Scene (1907). During his career he also wrote many works of criticism and travel. Although old and ailing, he threw himself into war work in 1914, and in 1915, a few months before his death, he became a British subject. In 1916 King George V conferred the Order of Merit on him. He died in London in February 1916.
Published November 21, 2009 5428 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction