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Thomas H. Dickinson


Bernard Shaw and Woodrow Wilson

On November 6th, 1914, George Bernard Shaw addressed to the President of the United States, through the columns of the London Nation, an open letter recommending a certain course of action with respect to the War. There is no record that the letter w [...]

The Descent of the Theater

The Theatre: Three Thousand Years of Drama, Acting and Stagecraft. By Sheldon Cheney. New York: Longmans Green and Company. $10.00. Poot-lights Across America. By Kenneth Macgowan. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. $3.50. At first view it m [...]

The Dawn of a New Dramatic Era

In the early years of the twentieth century there began in this country a movement which its proponents fondly called the renascence of the American theater. Starting in circles innocent of any but the most tenuous contacts with the theater, this mov [...]

The Epic of the World Finder

Epoch, The Life of Steele MacKaye. By Percy MacKaye. New York: Boni & Liveright. 2 vols. $10.00. It is well that those who walk on level ground should now and then read accounts of mountain climbers, that those who live in towns should follo [...]