Author: Granville-Barker, Harley|Merti, Betty
Publisher: Hill and Wang
Year Published: 1964
Condition Rating: Slight wear, may have creased spine, folded pages, good-condition ownership stickers
Summary: Excerpt from On Dramatic Method
For a hundred and twenty years after we find Shakespeare made a fetish to be ever more and more blindly worshipped; while if the learned are not too hard on contemporary drama, it is chieï¬‚y because they think it (with some reason) beneath their notice altogether. But When - almost Within my own recollection - this comes to life again, there, after a little, was Mr. A. B. Walkley, still ready to use Aristotle as an occasional egg, so to speak, for the making of those excellently light omelettes which he used to serve us up in the Times.
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