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Morley Callaghan


A Canadian novelist, short tale writer, playwright, and radio personality, he’s especially known for novels such as for example Strange Fugitive, It’s Under no circumstances More than, and A Broken Journey. He also released a 1963 memoir entitled That Summer season in Paris. He researched at the College or university of Toronto and later on went to Osgoode Hall Regulation College. He was granted the Royal Culture of Canada’s Lorne Pierce Medal. He was raised in Toronto, Canada. Along with his wife, Loretto Dee, he previously two sons. He caused Ernest Hemingway in the Toronto Daily Celebrity.

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Date Of Birth February 22, 1903
Died August 25, 1990, Toronto, Canada
Place Of Birth Canada
Profession Novelist
Education Osgoode Hall Law School, University of Toronto, St. Michael's College, Toronto
Nationality Canadian
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1 He was awarded the C.C. (Companion of the Order of Canada) on December 20, 1982 for his services to Canadian Literature.
2 Father of Michael and Barry Callaghan.



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The Cap 1985 TV Movie story
All the Years 1984 Short story
Encounter TV Series story - 1 episode, 1958 writer - 1 episode, 1952
Now That April's Here 1958 stories
Suspense 1952 TV Series story - 1 episode



Detective Quiz 1952 TV Series Host



Crossword Quiz 1952 TV Series Host (1953)

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Hugh MacLennan: Portrait of a Writer 1982 Himself (uncredited)

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