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Walter Prichard Eaton Archives
Walter Prichard Eaton • 151 Items / 99 Articles, 24 Books, 24 Reviews, 4 Poems
The Actor's Heritage (1924)
Scenes from the Theatre of Yesterday and the Day Before
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    The Olden Golden Days (Review)
    The Actor's Heritage, by Walter Prichard Eaton
    1. The Actor's Heritage by Walter Prichard Eaton
    The Saturday Review, January 10, 1925, p. 444
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    A Shelf of Recent Books (3 Reviews)
    The Stage: On and Off
    1. The Truth at Last by Charles Hawtrey
    2. Clyde Fitch and His Letters by Montrose J. Moses and Virginia Gerson
    3. The Actor's Heritage by Walter Prichard Eaton
    The Bookman, January 1925, p. 635
  3. 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