OF A NATION by  Jean Nathan

OF A NATION

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The famous writes of theater, of male and female play, of , sentiment, Irish playwrights, mystery plays, farce, of the the humor of character, of Helen Hayes and matinee idols, of pro, musical , first nights, the road. He gives advice to novices; he discusses test, moving pictures, llet, radio, circus, cabaret, carnivals and Coney Island. This blue pencil in of the surprise technique and this is a characteristic of entertainment, with theatre at the top. Good reading. will find this gri for their mills.

Pub Date: Jan. 5th, 1941
Publisher: Knopf