Charles Langbridge Morgan was a writer of plays and novels. He was born in England in 1894 and died in 1958. He wrote The Fountain. There are many of the same themes in his works including death and love. Morgan joined the navy in England. He was held for a period of time in the Netherlands. This became the setting for his novel. He wrote some poems and had them published in a newspaper.
He married another novelist. Her name was Hilda Vaughan. They bore two children. Besides being a writer, he also was a critic of plays. His criticisms were published in a newspaper. Morgan was awarded a few honors including the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction.