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Straus, Ralph, 1882-1950

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1882 - 1950

Ralph Strauss was an English novelist and biographer. Born in 1882 in Manchester and educated at Harrow and Cambridge, Straus is best known as the author of "Dickens, a Portrait in Pencil" (1928) and "Dickens, the Man and Book" (1936). He also wrote a mystical fantasy, "The Dust Which Is God" (1907); "The Unseemly Adventures" (1924); "Married Alive" (1925); and "Five Men Go to Prison" (1935). Strauss died in 1950.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

"Lloyd's: The Gentlemen at the Coffee-House" typescript

MS-359
 Collection
Identifier: MS-359
Overview Ralph Strauss (1882-1950), writer. The collection contains the typescript of "Lloyd's: The Gentlemen at the Coffee-house" by Ralph Strauss with notations and corrections.