Henry James

Henry James

Henry James
1843 -1916

Henry James Biography

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Henry James (1837-1916) was an American novelist and critic who is widely regarded as one of the greatest writers of his time. He was born in Concord, Massachusetts, USA, into a prominent family of intellectuals.

James's literary career began with the publication of his first novel, "The Pillars of Society," in 1860. Over the next several decades, he produced a series of highly acclaimed novels that explored themes such as love, desire, and the nature of reality. Some of his most famous works include "Washington Square" (1879), "The Golden Bowl" (1897), and "The Ambassadors" (1903).

In addition to his work as a novelist, James was also an accomplished critic and scholar. He wrote extensively on literature, art, and philosophy, and his essays are highly regarded for their insightful analysis of these subjects.

James's writing style is characterized by its intricate plotting, richly drawn characters, and exploration of complex themes. His work has had a profound influence on American literature and continues to be studied and admired today.

Henry James died in London, England, at the age of 78.

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