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When I say that plays are ephemeral, I am of course not speaking of plays in
verse; the greatest and noblest of the arts can lend its own life to the humble
partner; I am speaking of the plays in prose with which our modern theatre is
He owes his originality to an idiosyncrasy, not of course peculiar to himself, that
had never before found expression on the stage. The English, whatever they
were in the Elizabethan era, are not an amorous race. Love with them is more ...
cinema with its great resources can do better whatever the spoken theatre can do
; and of course a play of this kind would need a dramatist who was also a poet.
Perhaps the best chance the realistic dramatist has today is to occupy himself ...
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