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Archibald Henderson • 52 Items / 13 Reviews, 19 Books, 19 Articles
European Dramatists (1913)
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Published Reviews
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    An Apostle of Modernity (Review)
    European Dramatists, by Archibald Henderson
    1. European Dramatists by Archibald Henderson
    The Nation, March 19, 1914, pp. 309-310
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    Printed Plays and Printed Critics (8 Reviews)
    Pawns of War, by Bosworth Crocker
    1. Pawns of War by Bosworth Crocker
    2. The Title by Arnold Bennett
    3. Little Theater Classics by Samuel A. Eliot, Jr.
    4. The Popular Theatre by George Jean Nathan
    5. European Dramatists by Archibald Henderson
    6. Karma by Algernon Blackwood and Violet Pearn
    7. General Post by J.E. Harold Terry
    8. "The Fourteenth of July" and "Danton" by Romain Rolland
    The Bookman, November 1918, pp. 371-376
  3. The Book Table
    Seeing Drama Wheels Go Round (15 Reviews)
    John Galsworthy as a Dramatic Artist, by Robert Hay Coats
    1. John Galsworthy as a Dramatic Artist by Robert Hay Coats
    2. Luigi Pirandello, 1867-1936 by Walter Starkie
    3. Theatre Practice by Stark Young
    4. European Dramatists by Archibald Henderson
    5. The Wood Demon by Anton Chekhov
    6. Little Theatre Organization and Management by Alexander Dean
    7. The Book of Play Production for Little Theaters, Schools and Colleges by Milton M. Smith
    8. Canadian Plays from Hart House Theatre, Vol. I by Vincent Massey
    9. Once a Clown, Always a Clown by De Wolf Hopper and Wesley W. Stout
    10. Juarez and Maximilian by Franz Werfel
    11. Daisy Mayme by George Kelly
    12. The Captive by Edouard Bourdet
    13. Caponsacchi by Arthur F. Goodrich and Rose A. Palmer
    14. Ned McCobb's Daughter by Sidney Howard
    15. Three Plays for a Children's Theatre by Florence Kiper Frank
    The Outlook, March 9, 1927, pp. 314-315