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aristocracy dwindled the public took less interest in it. Playgoers began to be
ready to observe the actions of people of their own class, the well-to-do
merchants and professional men who were then conducting the affairs of the
country; and the ...
When I first began to write for the stage, directors took a more modest view of
their functions than they have lately done. Then they confined themselves to
cutting where the author had been long-winded and disguising by their ingenuity
I took a larger number of persons than I had ever sought to cope with before and
devised four or five independent stories. They were attached to one another by a
very thin thread, an elderly woman who knew at least one person in each group.
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