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MORLEY, CHRISTOPHER (chron.) (continued)
- * Old Thoughts for Christmas, (ar); from Essays 1927.
- * On the Shelf, (??) New York Evening Post Dec 22 1923
- * Outward Bound, (??) New York Evening Post Aug 13 1923
- * The Pert Little Hat, (ss) Metropolitan Magazine Jan 1919
- * The Pilot Light, (ss) St. Nicholas Nov 1927
- * Pleased to Meet You, (nv) The Story-teller Dec 1926
- * The Prize Package, (ss) Colliers Mar 23 1918
- * Punch and Judy, (ss) Tales from a Rolltop Desk, Doubleday 1921
- * A Question of Plumage, (ss) The Bellman Jan 20 1917
- * Religio Journalistici, (ar) The Century Magazine Jul 1924
- * Report of a Sunday Evening Talk at a Sanatorium for Female Alcoholics, (ms) The Smart Set Apr 1918
- * Revenge, (ss) Boston Evening Transcript Feb 28 1917
- * Rhubarb, (ss) Colliers Dec 29 1917
- * A Scandal in Bohemia [Sherlock Holmes], (pl) Ellery Queens Mystery Magazine Jan 1944; based on the story by Arthur Conan Doyle.
- * Sherlock Holmes Returns, (ss) Courier Dec 1947
- * Sir Kenelm to the Lady Venetia in 1624, (pm)
- * Sky Writing [Dove Dulcet], (ss) New York Herald Tribune Dec 25 1932
- * Sociology, (pm) Saturday Review of Literature
- * Song for a Childs House, (pm) House & Garden Jul 1918
- * The Story of Louises Garden, (ss) St. Nicholas Oct 1927
- * Thin Air, (pm) Saturday Review of Literature
- * Thunder on the Left, (na) Harpers Magazine Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec 1925
- * Time to Light the Furnace, (ss) 1928
- * To a Broadway Hotel, (pm) The Smart Set Mar 1918
- * To a Child, (pm)
- * To a Foreigner, (pm) Harpers Magazine Jun 1923
- * To a Post-Office Inkwell, (pm) Colliers Sep 15 1917
- * To My Wife, (pm) The Story-teller Jan 1918
- * Tree That Didnt Get Trimmed, (ss) Country Life Dec 1925
- * Trolloping in Hoboken, (ss) The New Yorker Jul 13 1929
- * Unearned Increment, (pz) Saturday Review of Literature 1930
- * Urn Burial, (ss) Every Week Apr 27 1918
- * Venture in Mysticism, (ss)
- * Wait, (??) The Bookman Aug 1924
- * William McFee, Engineer Author, (bg) The Bellman Nov 18 1916
- * Woman Who Polished the Apples, (ss) Ladies Home Journal Apr 1918
- * The Worlds Most Famous Oration, (hu); from Pipefuls 1920.
- * Worst Christmas Story, (ss) The Bookman Dec 1921
- * The Story of a White Blackbird, by Alfred de Musset, (ss); translated from the French.
MORLEY, GEORGE (fl. 1890s-1900s) (chron.)
- * Authors Counties, III: Warwickshire: George Eliot, (ar) Atalanta Dec 1894
- * The Broken Dream, (ss) Gentlemans Magazine 19??
- * A Famous Modern Tournament, (ar) Atalanta Jun 1896
- * The Fate Line, (ss) Phil Mays Annual Win 1897
- * Haunts of the Poets: Shenstone & Warwickshire, (ar) Atalanta Aug 1896
- * The Merry Archer: A Greenwood Story, (ss) Atalanta Oct 1895
- * The Michelmas Rimming, (ss) The Argosy (UK) Sep 1900
- * The Other One, (ss) Atalanta Jul 1897
- * A Rustic Flirtation, (ss) Atalanta May 1895
- * Scenes in a Novelists Landscape, (ar) The Argosy (UK) Jul 1899
- * Shakespeares Birthday, (ar) Lippincotts Magazine May 1890
- * Some Magazines of 1839-40, (ar) Atalanta Feb 1896
- * The Son of His Mother: A Greenwood Story, (ss) Atalanta Apr 1896
- * When Winter Days Are Here, (ar) The Family Friend Dec 1903
MORLEY, HENRY (1822-1894); see pseudonym The King of the Hearth (chron.)
- * The Death of a Goblin, (ss) Household Words Dec 28 1850, uncredited.
- * Flower-Bells (with Mary Anne Hoare), (ss) Household Words Oct 29 1853, uncredited.
- * Frozen and Thawed, (ss) Household Words Feb 4 1854, uncredited; translated from Karl August Wildenhahn.
- * King of the Hearth, (ss) Household Words Nov 30 1850, uncredited.
- * My Wonderful Adventures in Skitzland, (ss) Household Words Jun 1 1850, uncredited.
MORLEY, WILFRED OWEN; pseudonym of Robert A. W. Lowndes, (1916-1998); other pseudonyms E. E. Clement, Arthur Cooke, Carol Grey, Carl Groener, Mallory Kent, John Lackland, Paul Dennis Lavond, John MacDougal, Richard Morrison, Robert Morrison, Michael Sherman, Peter Michael Sherman & Jay Tyler (chron.)
- * Ambition, (pm) Cosmic Stories Mar 1941
- * The Burrowers Beneath, (pm) Stirring Science Stories Apr 1941; see also under Robert A. W. Lowndes.
- * Dhactwhu!Remember? (with Jacques DeForest Erman), (nv) Super Science Stories Apr 1949; see also under Robert A. W. Lowndes.
- * ...Does Not Imply, (ss) Future Fantasy and Science Fiction Feb 1943
- * Forbidden Books, (pm) The Phantagraph Jun 1937, as by Robert A. W. Lowndes.
- * Highway, (ss) Science Fiction Quarterly Fll 1942; also as The Road to Nowhere, by Robert A. W. Lowndes; see also under Robert W. Lowndes.
- * Impasse Macabre, (vi) The Phantagraph May 1940
- * The Lemmings, (ss) Super Science Stories May 1942
- * The Long Wall, (ss) Stirring Science Stories Mar 1942
- * Mad Poet, (pm) The Phantagraph Jun 1940
- * A Matter of Philosophy, (vi) Science Fiction Sep 1941
- * A Message for Jean, (ss) Future Combined with Science Fiction Jun 1942
- * My Lady of the Emerald, (ss) Astonishing Stories Nov 1941
- * No Star Shall Fall, (ss) Future Combined with Science Fiction Dec 1941
- * Science Fiction Classics, (ar) Future Fiction Aug 1941
- * Science Fiction Spotlight, (cl) Fantascience Digest Nov/Dec 1941
- * The Slim People, (vi) Future Combined with Science Fiction Aug 1942
- * A Visit to the Ivory Tower, (ar) The Satellite Aug 1940
- * Visitant, (pm) The Phantagraph Aug 1940
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