Alfred Sutro: a man with a heart by Lewis Sawin

By Lewis Sawin

1989 1st Univ of Colorado. Hardcover eightvo. tremendous in close to fantastic DJ.

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These men of the second and third order are far better dramatists than any man of the first order during the dead century between Sheridan and Robertson. William Archer, The Old Drama and the New, 1923 Page 1 1 Beginnings So far as the history and criticism of drama are concerned, Alfred Sutro, fifty-five years after his death in 1933, is little more than an entry in the Dictionary of National Biography and various encyclopedias and four pages in Allardyce Nicoll's English Drama, 1900-1930 of twentieth-century theater.

Communication from Winton Dean. 13. Celebrities and Simple Souls, p. 11. In a 1911 interview he referred to himself as "in possession of a modest competency" that enabled him to devote himself entirely to literature and drama. [John Wightman], "Mr. , No. 27, p. 96. If he told his interviewer about the romance of his renunciation of the City, it did not find its way into the article. 14. Celebrities and Simple Souls, p. 82. " The Yellow Book was first published in 1894. For the meeting with Frampton see Celebrities and Simple Souls, p.

15 Alfred began his memoirs, Celebrities and Simple Souls, by announcing that he would hurry over everything that occurred before his marriage. 16 And so with a single servant who, though very faithful, could only cook oeufs sur le plat, pot-au-feu, and blanquette de veau, the young Page 16 couple plunged into the art and theatrical worlds of Paris. As the couple presented themselves to Parisian eyes, they may have attracted attention as much by their difference from one another as by any other qualities.

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