Straus, Ralph

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STRAUS, RALPH (1882–1950), English novelist and biographer. Born 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).

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