- 328 pages
- The Street Called Straight
- Basil King
- 18 February 2017 Basil King
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William Benjamin Basil King was born 26 February, 1859, in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island He had a stormy childhood and strict religious upbringing, alluded to in his The Conquest of Fear 1921 , inspired by his fears of becoming blind As an adolescent who had already for some years been losing his sight along with having thyroid gland problems, the young King was deemed not fit for work.