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1918. A number of most agreeable Inquirendoes upon Life and Letters, interspersed with Short Stories and Skits, the whole most Diverting to the Reader. American editor and author. A Rhodes scholar, Morley was one of the founders of the Saturday Review of Literature, of which he was an editor from 1924 to 1940. A prolific author, he wrote more than 50 books. Contents: The Song of Shandygaff; Titles and Dedications; A Question of Plumage; Don Marquis; The Art of Walking; Rupert Brooke; The Man; The Head of the Firm; 17 Heriot Row; Frank Confessions of a Publisher's Reader; William McFee; Rhubarb; The Haunting Beauty of Strychnine; Ingo; Housebroken; The Hilarity of Hilaire; A Casual of the Sea; The Last Pipe; Time to Light the Furnace; My Friend; A Poet of Sad Vigils; Trivia; Prefaces; The Skipper; A Friend of FitzGerald; A Venture in Mysticism; An Oxford Landlady; Peacock Pie; The Literary Pawnshop; A Morning in Marathon; The American House of Lords; Cotswold Winds; Clouds; Unhealthy; Confessions of a Smoker; and Hay Febrifuge. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.