This Biography is about one of the best Novelist Christopher Morley including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Christopher Morley|
|Real Name||Christopher Morley|
|Famous as||Journalist, Novelist|
|Personal life of Christopher Morley|
|Born on||05 May 1890|
|Died At Age||66|
|Died on||28 March 1957|
|Place of death||New York|
|Family Background of Christopher Morley|
|Mother||Lilian Janet Bird|
|Spouse/Partner||Helen Booth Fairchild|
|Children||Louise Morley Cochrane|
|Education||Haverford College, New College, Oxford, University of Oxford|
|Founder/Co-Founder||Saturday Review of Literature|
|Personal Fact of Christopher Morley|
Christopher Morley was an extremely illustrious journalist, novelist and a man of many words. Apart from his career in journalism, he also produced a number of stage productions. His large gamut of works spans over 100 books, articles and essays, out of which some of his best-known works include The Haunted Bookshop, Parnassus on Wheels and Kitty Foyle.
The amusing author embarked on a fertile career which produced a stream of successful works that carved a permanent place for him as one of the most influential journalist-novelists of all time. Just as he started out as a writer, a number of stories and articles were published in the Haver fordian, for which he also served as an editor at one point.
Apart from writing novels and essays, he was also a poet and is best-remembered for the collection of poems entitled, The Eighth Sin. Throughout his lifetime, he contributed for many magazines and was one of the co-founders and editors of Saturday Review of Literature. Apart from publishing a number of short stories and plays, he also used to give lectures in colleges.