Ralph Connor was a Canadian novelist and Presbyterian minister who lived from 1860 to 1937. He was born as Charles William Gordon and wrote under the pen name Ralph Connor. His novels often featured themes of morality, patriotism, and religion, and he was known for his ability to capture the spirit of the Canadian West.

Connor’s literary style was characterized by his use of vivid descriptions and his ability to create compelling characters. He was a prolific writer, and his notable works include “The Man from Glengarry,” “The Sky Pilot,” and “Black Rock.” Connor’s influence on the genre of Canadian literature cannot be overstated, and his works continue to be widely read and studied today.

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