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Christopher Morley

Christopher Darlington Morley (1890–1957) was an American journalist and author of more than one hundred novels, books of essays, and volumes of poetry. He was one of the founders of the Saturday Review of Literature and is probably best known for his novel Kitty Foyle.
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