Definition of James, Henry in English:

James, Henry

Pronunciation /jāmz/ /dʒeɪmz/

proper noun

  • (1843–1916), US-born British novelist and critic. His early novels, notably The Portrait of a Lady (1881), deal with the relationship between European civilization and American life, while later works such as What Maisie Knew (1897) depict English life. He was the brother of William James.