Henry James

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Noun1.Henry James - writer who was born in the United States but lived in England (1843-1916)Henry James - writer who was born in the United States but lived in England (1843-1916)
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Composed of The Sacred Fount, the only of Henry James' stories to have been told in the first person perspective, and The Wings Of The Dove, as one of the greatest stories told by Henry James, Henry James: Novels 1901-1902 is an esteemed collection of two very great landmarkers in literary history.
Some children's names, (which have been popping up over the generations) are Elizabeth, William, Robert, James, Henry, George and Leslie.
Conductor and their train friends - Percy, Gordon, James, Henry and the rest - whom she has loved since she stumbled upon Awdry's books about 20 years ago while researching a documentary about Britain's love affairs with trains.