6 edition of Kitty Foyle found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Christopher Morley|
|LC Classifications||PS3525.O71 K5 1939a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||339|
Kitty Foyle is a hard working secretary who comes from a poorer class family from Philly. She begins working for the charismatic socialite Wyn Stratford (Dennis Morgan) and eventually they fall in love. And eventually Kitty realizes that the relationship will not work because of the class difference. She files for divorce and tries to move on. Buy Kitty Foyle by (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s:
(Kitty Foyle was a year-end release, and RKO therefore promoted Rogers for an Oscar in this rather than in the other film, which RKO also produced.) For the record, Rogers does not give one of the two best performances in Kitty Foyle. Odette Myrtil is delicately poignant as Delphine Detaille, Kitty’s boss; and, in a rare comic outing, Eduardo. This is made clear in Stephen Ambrose’s brilliant new book, and the relationshipbetween Lewis and Jefferson, which is at the heart of Lewis’ life, has never been explored more deeply. Christopher Morley, writer (Kitty Foyle). Freeman F. Gosden, radio comedy writer and performer (Amos 'n' Andy). Carlos Baker, biographer. Author: Historynet Staff.
Kitty Foyle (Rogers) is a hard-working, white-collar woman hopelessly in love with wealthy banking heir, Wynn Strafford (Morgan). However, their relationship never comes together at the right time; so when Kitty meets penniless doctor, Mark (James Craig), she’s torn between which man she loves more. Christopher Morley’s novel Kitty Foyle is best known from the film of the next year, which gave Ginger Rogers a chance to shine (and to win an Academy Award) in a dramatic role. The movie is still well known, probably for that reason, but it should not put the book entirely in the shade, or be seen as a substitute for it.
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The most astonishing thing about "Kitty Foyle" is that it was written by a man. Easy to read, fairly smooth moving, and a window into the 's, the book is an interesting read. BUT the character of Kitty makes me want to scream/5(17).
Kitty Foyle is a American novel by Christopher Morley. A bestseller in andit was adapted as a popular film. The novel tells of a white-collar girl who falls in love with a young socialite, despite the objections of his family/5. First Edition. Hardcover in dust jacket. First printing of first edition.
Book is crisp and clean, with reasonably tight binding and sharp corners. Unclipped dust jacket is fresh and bright, with tiny chips at corner tips. The novel that served as the basis for the film with Ginger Rogers as Kitty Foyle, a saleswoman in a New York boutique.
Get this from a library. Kitty Foyle. [Christopher Morley] -- An Irish-American white-collar girl, struggling to make a better life for herself in a Philadelphia industrial district, falls in love with a young socialite, despite the objections of his family.
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Kitty Foyle (Book): Morley, Christopher. Materials are not due and fines will not accrue until after the Library closure ends. Book: Kitty Foyle () “Molly and me had a talk one time about the White Collar Women, there’s millions of them, getting maybe 15 to 30 a week, they’ve got to dress themselves right up to the hilt, naturally they have a yen for social pleasure, need to be a complete woman with all a woman’s satisfactions and they need a chance to be creating and.
Directed by Sam Wood. With Ginger Rogers, Dennis Morgan, James Craig, Eduardo Ciannelli. A hard-working, white-collar girl from a middle-class family meets and falls in love with a young socialite, but she soon clashes with his family.7/10(3K).
A thread for Kitty Foyle, the short-lived daytime soap based on the film Ginger Rogers won an Oscar for. A radio version had run from According to Chris Schemering's book, for publicity the producers went on a lengthy talent hunt, involving over actresses, before casting Kathleen Murray.
His body of work spans over books, articles, and essays. The Haunted Bookshop (), Parnassus on Wheels (), and Kitty Foyle ()are Morley's most-known works.
Morley attended Haverford College and then later attended New College in Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. Morley married Helen Fairchild inand together they had three children. Kitty Foyle. [Christopher Morley] -- Irish-American girl struggles to make a better life for herself in a Philadelphia industrial district.
Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>. And don't be too reliant on the catalogue description, that this story of Kitty Foyle is symptomatic of an era in the Anne Vickers school.
This is primarily the story of a shanty Irish girl, how she was born, bred, and put through the mill, done in stream-of-consciousness tough-baby style (kind of Donald Henderson Clarke manner). Based on Christopher Morley's Story of an American Girl, the film, told in flashback, relates the progress of working-girl Kitty Foyle (Ginger Rogers) as she pursues her Cinderella dreams.
While employed at a department store, Kitty is wooed by Dennis Morgan, scion of a wealthy Philadelphia family/5(2). Kitty Foyle: Morley, Christopher: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart.
Books Go Search Hello Select your. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Kitty Foyle by Christopher Morley; 10 editions; First published in ; Subjects: American Love stories.
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. First edition. Fine in an attractive near fine dustwrapper with a bit of soiling on the rear panel. The only one of Morley's works to be filmed - by Sam Wood with Ginger Rogers and De.
Popular Videos - Kitty Foyle Kitty Foyle - Topic; 68 videos; 2, views; Updated today; Play all Share. Loading Save. Sign in to YouTube. Sign in. Kitty Foyle. Kitty Foyle tells the tale of its eponymous narrator, a lower-middle-class Philadelphia girl growing up between the wars, especially her love affair with a member of the Philadelphia gentry.
It's good fun, though I never quite warmed to the romance to the extent that Morley wanted me to, I think/5(1). Kitty Foyle is a romantic drama directed by Sam Wood and starring Ginger Rogers in the title role.
Kitty Foyle is a white-collar office worker in New York who is about to get married to her boyfriend, handsome doctor Mark Elsen. But just as she's preparing to elope, none other than her old boyfriend Wyn Stafford shows up.
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