Christopher Morley was a U.S. journalist, poet, editor, novelist and essayist, who rose to prominence in the first half of the 20th century and is regarded as one of the most prominent authors of his era. Morley graduated from Haverford College in 1910 and then studied modern history at New College at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. After completing his education, he returned to the United States and started working for the publishers Doubleday, before becoming the editor of Ladies’ Home Journal in 1917. Later, he became the editor of the Saturday Review of Literature. Later on, he was employed by the Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger as a columnist. His career as a novelist started off in 1917 with the book ‘Parnassus on Wheels’ and he published many books after that. Some of the noted novels written by Morley include ‘The Haunted Bookshop’, ‘Thunder of the Left’, ‘Off the Deep End’, ‘Seacoast of Bohemia’, ‘Swiss Family Manhattan’ and ‘Pipefuls’ among others. His novel ‘Kitty Foyle’ published in 1939 is undoubtedly his most famous work and was also turned into an acclaimed motion picture. Our collection of Morley’s quotes have been taken from his famous poems, works, and writings and. Read on the quotes and sayings by the renowned poet Christopher Morley.