Ellen Terry

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J. Lane, 1907 - 97 pages
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Page 100 - John Lane, The Bodley Head, Vigo Street, London, W., who will at all times be pleased to give his advice and assistance, either as to their preservation or publication.
Page 24 - Ellen Terry is an enigma. Her eyes are pale, her nose rather long, her mouth nothing particular, complexion a delicate brick-dust, her hair rather like tow. Yet, somehow, she is beautiful. Her expression kills any pretty face you see beside her. Her figure is lean and bony, her hand masculine in size and form. Yet she is a pattern of fawn-like grace. Whether in movement or repose, grace pervades the hussy.
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Page 32 - ... her hair rather like tow. Yet somehow she is beautiful. Her expression kills any pretty face you see beside her. Her figure is lean and bony, her hand masculine in size and form. Yet she is a pattern of fawn-like grace. Whether in movement or repose, grace pervades the hussy. In character impulsive, intelligent, weak, hysterical — in short all that is abominable and charming in woman.
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Page 99 - may in some degree remove this reproach. There are hundreds of thousands of playgoers, and both editor and publisher think it reasonable to assume that a considerable number of these •would like to know something about actors, actresses, and dramatists, whose work they nightly applaud.
Page 99 - ... like to know something about actors^ actresses^ and dramatists, whose work they nightly applaud. Each volume will be carefully illustrated, and as far as text> printing^ and paper are concerned will be a notable book. Great care has been taken in selecting the biographers, who in most cases have already accumulated much appropriate material. First Volumes. ELLEN TERRY. By CHRISTOFRIR ST.
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