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Robert Grant (1852–1940)

Grant, Robert. An American lawyer and author; born in Boston, Jan. 24, 1852; died in 1940. Among his most popular works are: ‘The Little Tin Gods on Wheels’ (1879); ‘Confessions of a Frivolous Girl’ (1880); ‘An Average Man’ (1883); ‘Face to Face’ (1886); ‘The Reflections of a Married Man’ (1892); ‘The Art of Living.’ He also wrote the well-known boys’ stories, ‘Jack Hall’ (1887); ‘Jack in the Bush’; ‘The Law-Breakers’ (1906); and ‘The Chippendales’ (1909); ‘The High Priestess’ (1915).