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The Playgoer

Like the characters in the "Ascent of F-6," the Dramatic Club, in its present production, has hit a new peak

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Tbe Playgoer

Skyscrapers, subways, slums and slicks, seven million people from the Bronx to Coney, that's the phenomenon people call New York

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The Playgoer

Just how much can a man take? Just how long can a man compromise with his ideals before he rears

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The Playgoer

Japan, Victorian England, and Harlem is a wild combination in any man's way of thinking. But such a combination conceived

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CRIMSON PLAYGOER

Gentlemen, the New England Repertory has really been kicking the gong around of late. With a flying swan dive off

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THE PLAYGOER

In its second production of the season, Alan Gray Holmes' stock company of Boston is hitting the pace. With Erford

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CRIMSON PLAYGOER

The trumpets have blared and the drums have rolled, publicity has poured forth in torrents and "Kiss the Boys Good-bye"

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The Crimson Bookshelf

As a contributor to the "Catholic Worker," Peter Maurin is one of the most widely read writers of the present

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The Bookshelf

I T will take a world-culture, the flower of a system of world-states, in order to ensure the appreciation by

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CRIMSON BOOKSHELF

T HESE two books show that Mr. Auden's poetic talent is still prolific, but its direction is as confused as

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CRIMSON BOOKSHELF

T HIS book was obviously written with all the enthusiasm of a devotee. Mr. Snow is very young for an

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The Crimson Bookshelf

T HE talent of Mr. Bontemps is considerable. He has the authentic skill of the novelist in choosing a theme

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The Crimson Bookshelf

THE MARCHESA LOIS ORIGO, who is a young Englishwoman, has already proved her literary skill with a little study of

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The Bookshelf

U NTIL fairly recent times scholars paid little attention to the stage history of the great dramatists. To be sure,

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The Crimson Bookshelf

I N his little manual on modern Russian literature, published about ten years ago, Prince D. H. Misky describes Solovyev

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