Henry Harrison was a novelist, journalist and social critic. Harrison was a Southern writer who wrote about his times covering such issues as feminism, child labor, and capitalism. Queen published in 1911 begins: "Queed begins: It was five of a November afternoon, crisp and sharp, and already running into dusk. Down the street came a girl and a dog, rather a small girl and quite a behemothian dog. If she had been a shade smaller, or he a shade more behemothian, the thing would have approached a parody on one's settled idea of a girl and a dog. She had enough height to save that, but it was the narrowest sort of squeak."
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