Morley Callaghan's Stories. Morley Callaghan.

Morley Callaghan's Stories.

Toronto: Macmillan, 1959. First Printing of the First Canadian Edition. A Fine copy in a Near Fine unclipped dust jacket with light edge weat to the heel of the spine. Callaghan was a contemporary and friend of Hemingway and the Paris expatriate writing community in the 1920s. In 1925, Hemingway wrote Callaghan and told the young Canadian "you can write and for Christ sake keep on." A few months later, Hemingway wrote, "I think your stories are good. Damn good." Callaghan was quickly recognized as one of the best short story writers of the day. This comprehensive early story collection by Callaghan features fifty-seven of the Canadian author's most significant short fictions, which won him recognition as one of the masters of the short form. Item #26710


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