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Arthur Stringer

Author Code: OAST

Born: Feb. 26, 1874 - Chatham, Ontario, Canada

Died: Sep. 13, 1950 - Mountain Lakes, New Jersey, USA

Educated at London Collegiate Institute and University College, University of Toronto. He then studied at Oxford University. In 1894, he published Watchers of Twilight and Other Poems. Initially, he worked for the Montreal Herald, but moved to New York City in 1898, and was employed by the American Press Association. He began contributing poetry and stories to major publications such as The Atlantic and Harper's. His first novel, The Silver Poppy, appeared in 1903. He married actress Jobyna Howland and bought a farm on the shores of Lake Erie. They divorced in 1914 and he married his cousin, Margaret Arbuthnot. The moved to Mountain Lakes in 1921. Stringer's main areas were crime fiction and adventure stories, although he did produce poetry and non-fiction, as well. He also produced film scripts and is notable for The Perils of Pauline in 1914. His poetry has been moderately successful. His works include Lonely O'Malley (1905), The Wire Tappers (1906), The Gun-Runner (1909), The Prairie Wife (1915), The House of Intrigue (1918), The Prairie Mother (1920), The Prairie Child (1923), White Hands (1927), The Woman Who Couldn't die (1929), The Mud Lark (1932), The Wife Traders (1936), The Old Woman Remembers and Other Irish Poems (1938), Intruders in Eden (1942), The Devastator (1944) and New York Nocturne (1948).

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