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by Helen McKelvey Oakley

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0883700050
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Helen McKelvey Oakley
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Watermill Pub (June 1, 1976)
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The Life and Times of Christopher Morley. By Helen McK. Oakley. 382 pp. New York: Watermill Publishers. He left behind him more than 50 volumes-novels ('Thunder on the Left, for one, was hailed as a classic), essays, poems, fantasies. Christopher Darlington Morley, born in 1890 in Haverford,’ P. was graduated 20 years later from Haverford College, where his father, an elegant English import, taught mathematics.

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Biography: Christopher Morley was born on May 5, 1890, to Janet Bird and Frank Morley. Oakley, Helen McKelvey. New York: Watermill, 1976. Wallach, Mark I. and Jon Bracker. He had one brother, Felix Morley. His father was a math professor at Haverford College, and his mother was a musician and poet who taught young Morley how to read. At the age of ten, Christopher Morley and his family moved to Baltimore, Maryland. He returned to Haverford in 1906 to attend Haverford College. He received his BA there and graduated as valedictorian in 1910.

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Christopher Morley and publisher Mitchell Kennerley on June 9, 1930. Morley's 1939 novel Kitty Foyle was unusual for its time, as it openly discussed abortion. Christopher Morley (5 May 1890 – 28 March 1957) was an American journalist, novelist, essayist and poet. A highly gregarious man, he was the mainstay of what he dubbed the "Three Hours for Lunch Club". It became an instant best-seller, selling over one million copies.

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