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William Alexander Fraser (1859–1933)

Fraser, William Alexander. A Canadian novelist and short-story writer, was born in Pictou, NS, of Scottish parents, and educated in New York and Boston. He wrote many short stories for the magazines and published the following volumes of fiction: ‘The Eye of a God’ (1899); ‘Mosswa and Others of the Boundaries’ (1900); ‘The Outcasts’ (1901); ‘Thoroughbreds’ (1902); ‘The Blood Lilies’ (1903); ‘Brave Hearts’ (1904); ‘Thirteen Men’ (1906); ‘Sa-’Zada Tales’ (1906); and the ‘Lone Furrow’ (1907).