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  1. [+]
    Amazons of Thespis (Review)
    Enter the Actress, by Rosamond Gilder
    1. Enter the Actress by Rosamond Gilder
    The Saturday Review, April 18, 1931, p. 752
  2. The American Dramatist (1911)
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  3. American Plays of Our Forefathers
    The North American Review, June 1922, pp. 790-804
  4. The American Playwrights of To-day
    Munsey's Magazine, May 1921, pp. 658-676
  5. American Theater as Seen by Its Critics, 1752-1934 (1934)
    1 Review
  6. The American Theatre (1934)
    As Seen by Its Critics, 1752-1934
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  7. Another Treasury of Plays for Children (1926)
    2 Reviews, 2 Readable
  8. The Book Table
    [+]
    The Art of Reading Plays (12 Reviews)
    Loyalties, by John Galsworthy
    1. Loyalties by John Galsworthy
    2. The Exemplary Theatre by Harley Granville-Barker
    3. Little Theater Classics, Vol. IV by Samuel A. Eliot, Jr.
    4. Eight Comedies for Little Theatres by Percival Wilde
    5. Franklin by Constance D'Arcy Mackay
    6. The Detour by Owen Davis
    7. The Ship by St. John G. Ervine
    8. The Waltz of the Dogs by Leonid Andreyev
    9. A Treasury of Plays for Women by Frank Shay
    10. Contemporary One-Act Plays of 1921: American by Frank Shay
    11. Representative One-Act Plays by British and Irish Authors by Barrett H. Clark
    12. Representative One-Act Plays by Continental Authors by Montrose J. Moses
    The Outlook, December 6, 1922, pp. 619-621
  9. [+]
    The Book Table: Henry James as a Letter Write (Review)
    The Letters of Henry James, by Percy Lubbock and Henry James
    1. The Letters of Henry James by Percy Lubbock and Henry James
    The Outlook, May 26, 1920, p. 167
  10. Books and Nerves
    The North American Review, November 1932, pp. 463-471
  11. British Plays from the Restoration to 1820 (1929)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  12. Brushes, Attention! American Artists in the War
    Making Posters Fight
    The Bookman, July 1918, pp. 504-511
  13. [+]
    By Way of Explanation (2 Reviews)
    Ellen Terry and Her Secret Self, by Edward Gordon Craig
    1. Ellen Terry and Her Secret Self by Edward Gordon Craig
    2. Souvenirs: My Life with Maeterlinck by Georgette Leblanc
    The Nation, June 1, 1932, p. 630
  14. Certain Dramas of Daily Life
    The Bookman, June 1920, pp. 495-498
  15. Children's Books and Reading (1907)
  16. The Children's Library and the Home
    The Outlook, September 28, 1907, pp. 177-186
  17. Clyde Fitch and His Letters (1924)
    3 Reviews, 3 Readable
  18. Cobwebs of Antiquity
    The North American Review, January 1931, pp. 81-88
  19. Convalescent "Children's Literature"
    The North American Review, March 1925, pp. 528-539
  20. [+]
    Diagnosing Little Theatres (Review)
    Footlights Across America, by Kenneth MacGowan
    1. Footlights Across America by Kenneth MacGowan
    The Saturday Review, April 5, 1930, pp. 898-902
  21. Dietary Laws of Children's Books
    The Bookman, July 1920, pp. 587-590
  22. The Draft Army of Books
    The Bookman, February 1918, pp. 625-628
  23. The Book Table
    [+]
    Drama Inventories (5 Reviews)
    Annals of the New York Stage, by George C.D. Odell
    1. Annals of the New York Stage by George C.D. Odell
    2. A History of Late Eighteenth Century Drama, 1750-1800 by Allardyce Nicoll
    3. An Outline of Contemporary Drama by Thomas H. Dickinson
    4. Actor in Dickens by J.B. Van Amerongen
    5. Barnum's Own Story by P.T. Barnum and Waldo R. Browne
    The Outlook, June 15, 1927, pp. 224-225
  24. The Book Table
    [+]
    A Dramatic Inventory (3 Reviews)
    Playwrights of the New American Theater, by Thomas H. Dickinson
    1. Playwrights of the New American Theater by Thomas H. Dickinson
    2. Contemporary Plays by Thomas H. Dickinson and Jack R. Crawford
    3. Representative American Dramas: National and Local by Montrose J. Moses
    The Outlook, August 5, 1925, p. 498
  25. Drinkwater's Lincoln
    The Bookman, February 1920, pp. 551-554
  26. Everyman: A Morality Play (1903)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  27. The Fabulous Forrest (1930)
    The Record of an American Actor
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  28. Famous Actor Families in America (1906)
    3 Reviews, 2 Readable
  29. George S. Kaufman
    The North American Review, January 1934, pp. 76-83
  30. Halt! What Book Goes There?
    The Nation, March 21, 1918, p. 315
  31. Henrik Ibsen: Aet
    The North American Review, January 1928, pp. 100-117
  32. Henrik Ibsen: Aet
    The North American Review, March 1928, pp. 339-347
  33. Henrik Ibsen: The Man and His Plays (1908)
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  34. Henry Arthur Jones: A Tribute
    The Outlook, January 30, 1929, p. 184
  35. Home Life in Camp
    Munsey's Magazine, March 1918, pp. 306-314
  36. A Hopeful Note on the Theatre
    The North American Review, December 1932, pp. 528-535
  37. [+]
    International Drama (Review)
    The International Note in Contemporary Drama, by Evelyn Newman
    1. The International Note in Contemporary Drama by Evelyn Newman
    The Nation, February 10, 1932, p. 174
  38. The Inveterate Theatre-Goer
    The North American Review, July 1933, pp. 73-80
  39. John Galsworthy
    The North American Review, June 1933, pp. 537-544
  40. La Duse Visits America Again
    The Outlook, November 21, 1923, pp. 501-502
  41. The Life of Heinrich Conried (1916)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  42. Literary Life in the Tennessee Mountains
    The Bookman, September 1912, pp. 47-51
  43. The Literature of the South (1910)
    1 Review
  44. Love'd Decree
    The Smart Set, August 1900, p. 91
  45. [+]
    Maeterlinck's War Mood (Review)
    The Wrack of the Storm, by Maurice Maeterlinck
    1. The Wrack of the Storm by Maurice Maeterlinck
    The Bookman, December 1918, pp. 496-500
  46. [+]
    Making Shakespeare Presentable (Review)
    Shakespeare: From Betterton to Irving, by George Clinton Densmore Odell
    1. Shakespeare: From Betterton to Irving by George Clinton Densmore Odell
    The Nation, December 8, 1920, pp. 660-663
  47. Maurice Maeterlinck (1911)
    A Study
    1 Review
  48. The "New" Eugene O'Neill
    The North American Review, December 1933, pp. 543-549
  49. The Book Table
    [+]
    New Forms in the Theather (3 Reviews)
    Continental Stagecraft, by Kenneth Macgowan and Robert Edmond Jones
    1. Continental Stagecraft by Kenneth Macgowan and Robert Edmond Jones
    2. The Flower in Drama by Stark Young
    3. The Craftsmanship of the One-Act Play by Percival Wilde
    The Outlook, May 9, 1923, pp. 852-853
  50. New Trends in the Theatre
    IV---America, Part Two
    The Forum, February 1925, pp. 231-237
  51. New Trends in The Theatre
    IV---America, Part One
    The Forum, January 1925, pp. 83-87
  52. [+]
    New York's Palmy Days (3 Reviews)
    Annals of the New York Stage, Vol. V, by George C.D. Odell
    1. Annals of the New York Stage, Vol. V by George C.D. Odell
    2. Annals of the New York Stage, Vol. VI by George C.D. Odell
    3. Annals of the New York Stage, Vol. VII by George C.D. Odell
    The Nation, August 12, 1931, p. 163
  53. The Odeon Visits America
    The Outlook, December 3, 1924, pp. 548-550
  54. Our "Come Seven, Come Eleven" Theatre
    The North American Review, March 1933, pp. 269-278
  55. The Book Tables
    [+]
    Our Drama Heritage (17 Reviews)
    On the Art of the Theatre, by Edward Gordon Craig
    1. On the Art of the Theatre by Edward Gordon Craig
    2. The Actor's Heritage by Walter Prichard Eaton
    3. The Twentieth-Century Theatre by Frank Vernon
    4. Conversations on Contemporary Drama by Clayton Meeker Hamilton
    5. Tendencies of Modern English Drama by Arthur Eustace Morgan
    6. The Organized Theater by St. John Ervine
    7. Carolina Folk Plays by Frederick H. Koch
    8. Materia Critica by George Jean Nathan
    9. The Best Plays of 1923-24 by Burns Mantle
    10. Saint Joan by George Bernard Shaw
    11. Representative Plays by John Galsworthy
    12. The Forest by John Galsworthy
    13. Mary Rose by J.M. Barrie
    14. The Impossible Philanthropist; A Mixed Foursome; The Desire for Change by Francis Neilson
    15. The Inn of Discontent, and Other Fantstic Plays by Percival Wilde
    16. The Contemporary Drama of Russia by Leo Wiener
    17. Francis Wilson's Life of Himself by Francis Wilson
    The Outlook, November 26, 1924, pp. 508-511
  56. [+]
    Our Drama Since 1900 (Review)
    Playwrights of the New American Theater, by Thomas H. Dickinson
    1. Playwrights of the New American Theater by Thomas H. Dickinson
    The North American Review, September 1925, pp. 171-172
  57. The Passion Play of Oberammergau (1910)
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  58. Plays by Clyde Fitch (1915)
    In Four Volumes
    17 Chapters, 2,732pp
  59. Representative American Dramas: National and Local (1925)
    4 Reviews, 3 Readable
  60. Representative British Dramas---Victorian, and Modern (1918)
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  61. Representative Continental Dramas (1924)
    Revolutionary and Transitional
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  62. Representative One-Act Plays by Continental Authors (1922)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  63. Representative Plays by American Dramatists (1926)
    From 1765 to the Present Day
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  64. Representative Plays by American Dramatists, Vol. I: 1765-1819 (1917)
    2 Reviews, 2 Readable
  65. A Romance
    The Century Magazine, December 1903, p. 319
  66. The Book Table
    Royal Books for Children
    The Outlook, November 14, 1923, pp. 458-459
  67. [+]
    A Shelf of Recent Books (Review)
    When Rostand Wrote
    1. Plays of Edmond Rostand by Edmond Rostand
    The Bookman, July 1922, pp. 532-533
  68. [+]
    A Shelf of Recent Books (5 Reviews)
    It's the Same Old Theater
    1. The Development of the Theater by Allardyce Nicoll
    2. A Short History of the Drama by Martha Fletcher Bellinger
    3. Epoch: The Life of Steele MacKaye by Percy MacKaye
    4. The Art of Theatre-Going by John Drinkwater
    5. Up the Years from Bloomsbury by George Arliss
    The Bookman, January 1928, pp. 576-577
  69. Should Dramatic Critics Be?
    The North American Review, March 1932, pp. 243-251
  70. The Social Significance of Little Theatres
    The North American Review, March 1927, pp. 128-139
  71. The South In Fiction
    Part III---The Trail of the Lower South
    The Bookman, April 1911, pp. 161-172
  72. Tagore---The Poet of India and His Message
    Munsey's Magazine, December 1916, pp. 455-459
  73. [+]
    Take of These Drama Books (13 Reviews)
    A History of the American Drama, by Arthur Hobson Quinn
    1. A History of the American Drama by Arthur Hobson Quinn
    2. The Theatre of Neptune in New France by Marc Lescarbot
    3. Theatre: Essays on the Arts of the Theatre by Edith J.R. Isaacs
    4. A Repertory of Plays for a Company of Three Players by Charles Rann Kennedy
    5. Plays of Negro Life by Alain LeRoy Locke and Montgomery Gregory
    6. The Appleton Book of Short Plays by Kenyon Nicholson
    7. Mariners by Clemence Dane
    8. Lazarus Laughed (1925-26) by Eugene O'Neill
    9. Bismarck: The Trilogy of a Fighter by Emil Ludwig
    10. Three Plays by William Archer
    11. Playgoing by James Agate
    12. Eight European Plays by Winifred Katzin
    13. A Splendid Gypsy: John Drew by Peggy Wood
    The Bookman, March 1928, pp. 108-110
  74. The Theatre in America
    The North American Review, January 1924, pp. 82-91
  75. [+]
    Three Plays of the Season (3 Reviews)
    The Guardsman, by Ferenc Molnar
    1. The Guardsman by Ferenc Molnar
    2. The Firebrand by Edwin Justus Mayer
    3. Old English by John Galsworthy
    The Outlook, March 25, 1925, p. 458
  76. A Treasury of Plays for Children (1921)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  77. [+]
    A Useful Book (Review)
    Modern Continental Playwrights, by Frank W. Chandler
    1. Modern Continental Playwrights by Frank W. Chandler
    The Saturday Review, September 10, 1932, p. 93
  78. Volume Four (1915)
    The Woman in the Case; The Truth; The City
    5 Chapters, 686pp
  79. Volume One (1915)
    Beau Brummell; Lovers' Lane; Nathan Hale
    4 Chapters, 630pp - 1 Review
  80. Volume Three (1915)
    The Stubbornness of Geraldine; The Girl with the Green Eyes; Her Own Way
    4 Chapters, 681pp
  81. Volume Two (1915)
    Barbara Frietchie; Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines; The Climbers
    4 Chapters, 735pp
  82. Who Won It This Year?
    The North American Review, May 1932, pp. 410-418
  83. Will Shakespeare in Washington
    The North American Review, August 1932, pp. 139-148
  84. The Book Table
    Woodcut Manners and Royal Adventure
    The Outlook, December 1, 1926, pp. 440-444
  85. No Items Found