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" ... us by its diversity and purity of form and invention, and whose province will be to disclose the elemental soul of man and the forces of Nature, not perhaps as the old tragedies disclosed them, not necessarily in the epic mood, but always with beauty... "
Gerhart Hauptmann and John Galsworthy: A Parallel - Page 39
by Walter Hänrichs Renner Trumbauer - 1917 - 73 pages
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The Inn of Tranquillity: Studies and Essays

John Galsworthy - English essays - 1912 - 278 pages
...yearning, doubts, and mysterious stirrings of the human spirit; a poetic prose-drama, emotionalising us by its diversity and purity of form and invention,...forces of Nature, not perhaps as the old tragedies disclosed them, not necessarily in the epic mood, but always with beauty and in the spirit of discovery....
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The Inn of Tranquillity

John Galsworthy - 1912 - 278 pages
...yearning, doubts, and mysterious stirrings of the human spirit; a poetic prose-drama, emotionalising us by its diversity and purity of form and invention,...forces of Nature, not perhaps as the old tragedies disclosed them, not necessarily in the epic mood, but always with beauty and in the spirit of discovery....
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The Drama To-day

Charlton Andrews - Drama - 1913 - 232 pages
...only a "broad and clear-cut channel" of English dramatic naturalism, but also "a poetic prose drama, emotionalizing us by its diversity and purity of form...forces of Nature — not, perhaps, as the old tragedies disclosed them, not necessarily in the epic mood, but always with beauty and the spirit of discovery."...
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Backgrounds of Book Reviewing

Herbert Samuel Mallory - Book reviewing - 1923 - 533 pages
...yearning, doubts, and mysterious stirrings of the human spirit; a poetic prose-drama, emotionalising us by its diversity and purity of form and invention,...forces of Nature, not perhaps as the old tragedies disclosed them, not necessarily in the epic mood, but always with beauty and in the spirit of discovery....
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