Definition of Harte, Bret in English:

Harte, Bret

Syllabification: Harte, Bret
Pronunciation: /härt
 
/
( 1836–1902), US short-story writer and poet; full name Francis Bret Harte. He is chiefly remembered for his stories about life in a California gold-mining town. Notable works: The Luck of Roaring Camp and Other Sketches (1870) and Tales of the Argonauts (1875).

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