Definition of James, Henry in English:

James, Henry

Syllabification: James, Henry
Pronunciation: /jāmz
 
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  • (1843–1916), US novelist and critic, resident in England from 1896. Notable works: Portrait of a Lady (1881), The Wings of the Dove (1902), and The Golden Bowl (1904). He was the brother of William James.

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