Gouverneur Morris (novelist)

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Gouverneur MorrisGouverneur Morris (novelist)_header_cell_0_0_0
BornGouverneur Morris (novelist)_header_cell_0_1_0 Gouverneur Morris IV

1876Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_cell_0_1_1

DiedGouverneur Morris (novelist)_header_cell_0_2_0 1953 (aged 76–77)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_cell_0_2_1
NationalityGouverneur Morris (novelist)_header_cell_0_3_0 AmericanGouverneur Morris (novelist)_cell_0_3_1
EducationGouverneur Morris (novelist)_header_cell_0_4_0 Yale UniversityGouverneur Morris (novelist)_cell_0_4_1
OccupationGouverneur Morris (novelist)_header_cell_0_5_0 WriterGouverneur Morris (novelist)_cell_0_5_1
Known forGouverneur Morris (novelist)_header_cell_0_6_0 The Man Who Played God (1932)

The Ace of Hearts (1921) The Penalty (1920)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_cell_0_6_1

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Gouverneur Morris IV (1876–1953) was an American author of pulp novels and short stories during the early 20th century. Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_sentence_0

Biography Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_section_0

Gouverneur Morris IV was born in 1876 and was a great grandson of American Founding Father Gouverneur Morris. Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_sentence_1

He graduated from Yale University, where he wrote for campus humor magazine The Yale Record. Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_sentence_2

Publications Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_section_1

Morris wrote several novels. Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_sentence_3

His numerous short stories were first published in magazines, notably Cosmopolitan, Collier's, The Saturday Evening Post, Metropolitan, The Smart Set, and Harper's Bazar, and many were collected in book form. Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_sentence_4

Film adaptations Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_section_2

Several of his works were adapted into films, including The Penalty (1920) with Lon Chaney, Sr.. Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_sentence_5

Other film adaptions of his novels include: Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_sentence_6

Partial bibliography Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_section_3

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  • Tom Beauling (1901)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_1
  • Aladdin O'Brien (1902)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_2
  • The Pagan's Progress (1904)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_3
  • Ellen and Mr. Man (1904)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_4
  • The Footprint and Other Stories (1908)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_5
  • Putting on the Screws (1909)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_6
  • The Spread Eagle and Other Stories (1910)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_7
  • The Voice in the Rice (1910)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_8
  • Yellow Men and Gold (1911)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_9
  • It, and Other Stories (1912)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_10
  • If You Touch Them They Vanish (1913)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_11
  • The Penalty (1913)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_12
  • The Incandescent Lily and Other Stories (1914)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_13
  • The Goddess (1915)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_14
  • When My Ship Comes In (1915)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_15
  • The Seven Darlings (1915)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_16
  • We Three (1916)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_17
  • His Daughter (1919)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_18
  • The Wild Goose (1919)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_19
  • Keeping the Peace (1924)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_20
  • Tiger Island (1934)Gouverneur Morris (novelist)_item_1_21

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