1914. American-born writer, gifted with talents in literature, psychology, and philosophy. James wrote 20 novels, 112 stories, 12 plays and works of literary criticism. Among James's most famous literary works are The Europeans, his commercial success Daisy Miller, the critically acclaimed Washington Square, The Bostonians, and The Turn of the Screw. Notes on Novelists is one of his volumes of criticism. Contents: Robert Louis Stevenson; Emile Zola; Gustave Flaubert; Honore de Balzac; George Sand; Gabriele D'Annunzio; Matilde Serao; The New Novel; Dumas the Younger; The Novel in The Ring and the Book; An American Art-Scholar: Charles Eliot Norton, 1908; and London Notes. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.