Basil King

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William Benjamin Basil King was born 26 February 1859 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. He graduated from King's College in Nova Scotia and was ordained as an Anglican priest. King served as rector of St. Luke's Pro-Cathedral in Halifax from 1884 and, in 1892, became rector of Christ Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts, retiring in 1900 due to failing eyesight. King died 22 June 1928 in Cambridge.


Books by Basil King

1900
Griselda (novel)
1901
Let Not Man Put Asunder (novel)
1903
In the Garden of Charity (novel)
1904
The Steps of Honour (novel)
1907
The Giant's Strength (novel)
1909
The Inner Shrine (novel)
1910
The Wild Olive (novel)
1912
The Street Called Straight (novel)
1913
The Way Home (novel)
1914
The Letter of Contract (novel)
1916
The Side of the Angels (novel)
1917
The High Heart (novel)
1917
The Lifted Veil (novel)
1919
The City of Comrades (novel)
1919
The Abolishing of Death (non-fiction)
1920
The Thread of Flame (novel)
1921
The Empty Sack (novel)
1921
The Conquest of Fear (non-fiction)
1922
The Dust Flower (novel)
1923
The Happy Isles (novel)
1923
The Discovery of God (non-fiction)
1924
The Bible and Common Sense (non-fiction)
1925
The High Forfeit (novel)
1925
Faith and Success (non-fiction)
1927
The Spreading Dawn (short stories)
1928
Pluck (novel)
1929
Satan as Lightning (novel)
1929
Adventures in Religion (non-fiction)
1929
The Seven Torches of Character (non-fiction)
1930
The Break of Day (novel)
 
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Added 21 March 2008.
Updated 07 January 2012.