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W. C. Morrow

a.k.a. William Chambers Morrow

Author Code: AWCM

Born: Jul. 7, 1854 - Selma, Alabama, USA

Died: Apr. 3, 1923 - San Francisco, California, USA

Educated at Howard College in Birmingham, Alabama, Morrow ran the family hotel business in Mobile for a number of years before moving to San Francisco in 1879. He began contributing short stories to Argonaut magazine and became acquainted with Ambrose Bierce, who greatly admired his work. In 1882, he published Blood-Money, his first novel and one which received little acclaim. In 1887, he began regular contributions to the San Francisco Examiner, a Hearst newspaper, and his popularity increased. Many of these stories were collected in The Ape, the Idiot and Other People in 1897; a work which established Morrow as a master of supernatural tales. Shortly after this, he established a school for writers and his own output declined. His other works include A Man; His Mask: A Romance (1900) and Lentala of the South-Seas (1908).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AWCM001 The Ape, the Idiot and Other People
  The Faithful Amulet
  A Game of Honor
  The Hero of the Plague
  His Unconquerable Enemy
  The Inmate of the Dungeon
  The Monster-Maker
  An Original Revenge
  Over an Absinthe Bottle
  The Permanent Stiletto
  The Resurrection of Little Wang Tai
  A Story Told by the Sea
  Treacherous Velasco
  Two Singular Men
  An Uncommon View of It
1897 95 453k eBook Download PDF - 'The Ape, the Idiot and Other People' (AWCM001) Find a printed copy of The Ape, the Idiot and Other People by W. C. Morrow at AbeBooks
AWCM002 The Inmate of the Dungeon 1894 9 108k eBook Download PDF - 'The Inmate of the Dungeon' (AWCM002) Find a printed copy of The Inmate of the Dungeon by W. C. Morrow at AbeBooks

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