Christopher Morley (1890-1957)

Country : États-Unis
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Bryn Mawr, Penn., 05-05-1890
Death : New York, N.Y., 28-03-1957
Note :
Écrivain. - Journaliste
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 0861 5171

Activities of Christopher Morley (1890-1957) (23)

Auteur du texte (15)

Combats avec mon double("the Man who made friends with himself"), roman traduit de l'américain par Dominique Guillet. Préface de René Lalou
A Century of Philadelphia, edited by John A. Lester. [Footnote on Philadelphia cricket, by Christopher Morley.]
The Ironing board
Le Cheval de Troie, "the Troyan horse", traduit de l'américain par Maurice Beerblock
Kitty Foyle, roman traduit de l'anglais par Jeanne Fournier-Pargoire
Les Grandes personnes, "Thunder on the left", traduit de l'anglais par Maurice Beerblock
Christopher Morley,... Ex libris carissimis
John Mistletoe
[The Haverford edition of the Works of] Christopher Morley...
[The Haverford edition of the Works of] Christopher Morley...
Thunder on the left
The Powder of sympathy
Thursday evening...
Thursday evening. - [10]
Ballade of an old friend. - [1]

Préfacier (5)

Boswell's London Journal 1762-1763
The Short stories of Saki
Manuscripts, autograph letters, first editions and portraits of Walt Whitman... [catalogue] by Dr. Jacob Schwartz... [and E. F. Hanaburgh]... Foreword by Christopher Morley
Manuscripts, autograph letters, first editions and portraits of Walt Whitman. Formerly the property of the late Dr. Richard Maurice Bucke... Foreword by Christopher Morley. [Vente, New York, American Art Associations Anderson Galleries, 15-16 avril 1936.]
The Standard book of British and American verse

Éditeur scientifique (1)

Familiar quotations, a collection of passages, phrases and proverbs, traced to their sources in ancient and modern literature, by John Bartlett. 12th edition... Christopher Morley, editor. Louella D. Everett, associate editor

Autre (1)

An Exhibition of Fifteenth Century manuscripts and books in honor of the six hundredth anniversary of the birth of Geoffrey Chaucer (1340-1400). [Ballade of an old friend, by Christopher Morley.]

See also (8)