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L AST year Myron Brinig published "Singermann", acclaimed by the late Arnold Bennett as one of the most important American

The Mysticism of India

R EVIEWING "The Lives of a Bengal Lancer" is a hard lot. The reviewer, goaded by an unreasoning desire for

The Crimson Playgoer

For some reason the current melodrama at the Keith-Albee theatre entitled "Framed" fails to click. The plot has all the


In his return to the S. S. Van Dine ghoulish extravaganzas William Powell, while easily surpassing his understudy, Basil Rathbone,