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Christopher Morley
(1890–1957)
American journalist, novelist, essayist and poet; best known for his 1939 novel Kitty Foyle, which was made into an Academy Award-winning movie. Another well-known work is Thunder on the Left (1925)
Christopher Morley

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WorksEdit

(Partial list)

FictionEdit

Non-fictionEdit

  • Mince Pie: Adventures on the sunny side of Grub Street (1919) (sketches) illus Walter Jack Duncan PG
  • Pipefuls (1920) (humorous essays) illus Walter Jack Duncan IA PG
  • Making Books and Magazines: a commentary on the motion picture film taken at the Country Life Press (1916) IA
  • Shandygaff (1918) (essays) [1] IA PG
  • Travels in Philadelphia, with drawings by Frank H. Taylor (1920) (sketches)
  • Modern Essays (1921) IA PG
  • The Powder of Sympathy (1923) (collection of humorous essays) illus Walter Jack Duncan IA
  • Old Loopy: a Love Letter for Chicago (1937) (not renewed) IA

PoetryEdit

  • Songs for a Little House (1917) IA PG
  • The Eighth Sin (as, by C. D. Morley, 1912) IA
  • The Rocking Horse (1919) IA
  • Hide and Seek (Morley) (1920) IA
  • Chimneysmoke (1921) (Illustrated by Thomas Fogarty) IA PG
  • Translations from the Chinese (1922) (burlesque poems)
  • Parson's Pleasure (1923)

Anthologized

Works from magazinesEdit

NotesEdit

PG Ebooks at Project Gutenberg (Author:Christopher Morley)

  1. Full title: Shandygaff; a number of most agreeable inquirendoes upon life and letters, interspersed with short stories and skitts, the whole most diverting to the reader; accompanied also by some notes for teachers whereby the booke may be made usefull in class-room or for private improvement



 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1957, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 60 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.