Henry James (disambiguation)

"Henry James" is composed of at least 4 distinct authors, divided by their works.

Includes the names: Henry James Jr., Henry James Jr., Jr. Henry James, הנרי ג'מס, Henry James James, Хенри Джеймс, Генри Джеймс, Henri Džejms (Henry James), ヘンリー・ジェイムズ

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1. Henry James 1843-1916)
2. The author of the biography of Charles William Eliot is Henry James (1879-1947), son of William James, the philosopher, and nephew of Henry James, the novelist.
3. Henry C. James wrote Western Australia.
4. Henry, Jim 1937- wrote Bitterness.
5. Henry, James wrote Developing .NET.....
6. James, Henry, 1811-1882 wrote Moralism and Christianity.
7. Henry, James E. (James Edward) 1946- wrote Biblical Fasting in the Local Church.
8. Henry, James 1798-1876 wrote Aeneida; or, Critical, exegetical, and aesthetical remarks on the Aeneis .
9. Henry, James pseud wrote House Repairs. ....
10. Henry, James A. 1948- wrote Natural Landscapes.
11) James Henry wrote Understanding HR in the humanitarian sector : a baseline for enhancing quality in management / Handbook 1.
12) James Henry wrote A Compilation Of English Silver Coins: Issued Since The Conquest, With…
13) Henri James, The information literate school community

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