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Archibald Henderson


The Pageant of America

The Pageant of America: A Pictorial History of the United States. Edited by R. H. Gabriel. 15 Vols. 1. Adventure in the Wilderness. By C. Wisler, C. L. Skinner, and W. Wood. 2. The Lure of the Frontier. ' By R. H. Gabriel. 3. Toilers of Land and Sea. [...]

Two Moderns

Lazarus Laughed. By Eugene O'Neill. New York: Horace Liveright. $2.50. Strange Interlude. By Eugene O'Neill. New York: Horace Liveright. $2.50. The One-Act Plays of Luigi Pirandello. Edited by Arthur Livingston and Blanche Valentine Mitchell. New Yor [...]

Biographies - for Better, for Worse

Life of Lord Pauncefote. By R. B. Mowat, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. $5.00. John Wesley. By Arnold Lunn. New York: The Dial Press. $4.00. John Wilkes Booth. By Francis Wilson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. $4.50. Andrew Jackson. By David [...]

Civilization and Progress: A Inquiry

A little while ago, in the capital of this great republic, America's most brilliant orator paid a noble tribute to the supreme world leader of our time. About this solemn assemblage hung the purple pall of mourning. There were recounted the acts of a [...]

William Morris: Socialist and Craftsman

The Kelmscott Press and William Morris. By H. Hailiday Sparling. New York: The Macmillan Company. $6.50.After coming into personal contact, over a long period of years, with many people who knew William Morris intimately, I have discovered the fairly [...]

Henry Arthur Jones, Dramatist: Self-Revealed

A man cast in the true mould of gentleman, an Englishman of the Lion's breed, a loyal friend of the United States, is Henry Arthur Jones. To his credit, to the enrichment of English drama, stands a long line of plays and comedies, ranging in type fro [...]

American Biography en Bloc

George Washington. In Love and Otherwise. By Eugene E. Prussing. Chicago: Pascal Covici. $5.00.President Witherspoon. A Biography. By Varnum Lansing Collins. In 2 volumes. Princeton: Princeton University Press. $7.50.Aaron Burr. By Samuel H. Wandell [...]

The Real Bernard Shaw

I The supreme difficulty in discovering the real Bernard Shaw is Shaw himself. For forty years he has engaged in a deliberate campaign of artistic camouflage. "The public imagination demands a best man everywhere," he once remarked; &quo [...]