A Small Boy and Others is a book of autobiography by Henry James published in 1913. The book covers James' earliest years and discusses his intellectually active family, his intermittent schooling, and his first trips to Europe.
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About the Author
Table of Contents
A Note on This Edition xxix
List of Abbreviations xxxiii
A Small Boy and Others
Chapter Summaries 3
Two Unpublished Pages of A Small Boy and Others 331
Chronology: The Early Years of Henry James 333
Brief Biographies: Family and Friends 344