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Page 299 - LMI :.. (The) thunderbolt; an episode in the history of a provincial family; in four acts.
Page 299 - Beerbohm. Reviewed in Academy, June 4, 1898, 53: 611-12; Saturday Rev., June 4, 1898, 85: 744-5. Non-dramatic Works Pinero, Sir Arthur Wing. Modern British drama. (See Theatre, June, 1895, 37: 346-8.) Brief statement of Pinero's theories of dramatic art. Robert Louis Stevenson, the dramatist; a lecture ' delivered ... to the members of the Philosophical Institution of Edinburgh . . . 24th Feb., 1903. 35 p. O.
Page 274 - Michael and his Lost Angel." It then seems to me to be a genuinely sincere and moving play, feelingly imagined, written with knowledge as to the man and insight as to the woman by an author equipped not only with the experience of an adept playwright, and a kindly and humorous observer's sense of contemporary manners, but with that knowledge of spiritual history in which Mr. Jones's nearest competitors seem so stupendously deficient.
Page 3 - The time was when a library was very like a museum, and a librarian was a mouser in musty books, and visitors looked with curious eyes at ancient tomes and manuscripts. The time is when a library is a school, and the librarian is in the highest sense a teacher, and the visitor is a reader among the books as a workman among his tools. Will any man deny to the high calling of such a librarianship the title of profession ? MELVIL DEWEY.
Page 113 - Souvenir (BC-1): being literary and graphical illustrations of Shakespeare and other celebrated English dramatists.
Page 37 - The DRAMATIC INDEX is a complete list for 1909 of all stage portraits, scenes from plays, articles about the theatre, — critical, historical, biographical, — notices of production, information about dramatists and librettists. It also is an index to published plays, or the texts of dramas, and synopses of plots. It covers the books as well as the periodical press of 1909.
Page 112 - THE CORONAL ; or, Prose, Poetry, and Art. A Book for all Seasons, at Home and Abroad. With Eight beautiful Engravings in Oil Colours. Fcap. 8vo.
Page 121 - Goldthwaite, a natural-born citizen of the United States, and a resident of the city of Boston, in the commonwealth of Massachusetts, (in Senate doc.
Page 80 - THE YOUNG LADY'S SUNDAY BOOK; A Practical Manual of the Christian Duties of Piety, Benevolence, and Self-government. Prepared with particular reference WORKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED to the Formation of the Female Character. By the author of " The Young Man's Own Book