Morley Callaghan

Morley Edward Callaghan (September 22, 1903 – August 25, 1990) was an Canadian novelist and short story writer. His most famous works include That Summer in Paris and Strange Fugitive.1

Works

Novels

  • Strange Fugitive (1928)
  • It’s Never Over (1930)
  • A Broken Journey (1932)
  • Such Is My Beloved (1934)
  • They Shall Inherit the Earth (1935)
  • More Joy in Heaven (1937)
  • The Loved and the Lost (1951)
  • The Many Colored Coat (1960)
  • A Passion in Rome (1961)
  • A Fine and Private Place (1975)
  • A Time for Judas (1983)
  • Our Lady of the Snows (1985)
  • A Wild Old Man on the Road (1988)

Novellas

  • No Man’s Meat (1931)
  • Luke Baldwin’s Vow (1948)
  • The Varsity Story (1948)
  • An Autumn Penitent (1973)
  • Close to the Sun Again (1977)
  • No Man’s Meat and The Enchanted Pimp (1978)

Story collections

  • A Native Argosy (1929)
  • Now That April’s Here and Other Stories (1936)
  • Morley Callaghan’s Stories (1959)
  • Stories (1967)
  • The Lost and Found Stories of Morley Callaghan (1985)
  • The Morley Callaghan Reader (1997)
  • The New Yorker Stories (2001)
  • The Complete Stories (2003)
  • Ancient Lineage and Other Stories (2012)

Non-fiction

  • That Summer in Paris: Memories of Tangled Friendships with Hemingway, Fitzgerald and Some Others (1963)
  • Winter (1974)

Plays

  • Turn Again Home (1940)
  • Just Ask George (1940)
  • To Tell the Truth (1949)
  • Season of the Witch (1976)

See also

External Links

References

1. “Morley Callaghan.” Encyclopedia Britannica. Accessed July 25, 2020.

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