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Alec John Dawson (1872–1952)

Dawson, A. J. An English novelist, story-writer, and traveler; born in Wandsworth in 1872; died in 1952. Among his works are: ‘Middle Greyness’; ‘Mere Sentiment’; ‘God’s Foundling’; ‘The Story of Robert Kestrel’; ‘Joseph Khassan, Half-Caste’; ‘Hidden Manna’; ‘Things Seen in Morocco’; ‘The Land of his Fathers.’