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Beatrice Harraden (1864–1936)

Harraden, Beatrice. An English novelist, daughter of an East India agent in London; born, Jan. 24, 1864; died in 1936. Her first novel, ‘Ships that Pass in the Night,’ was instantly successful. This was followed by ‘In Varying Moods’ (1894); ‘Things will Take a Turn’ (1894); ‘Hilda Strafford,’ a Californian story; ‘Katharine Frensham’ (1903); ‘The Scholar’s Daughter’ (1906); ‘Interplay’ (1908).