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The Theatre Francaise

By: Henry James

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE THEATRE FRANCAISE Author: HENRY JAMES Language: English Subject: Fiction... ...... ..........................................................................1 The Theatre Francaise i The Theatre Francaise Henry James This page copyrigh... ...k as if—−honestly, between himself and his reader—−the theatre were the only thing in this frivolous world that is worth seriously talking about. He h... ...king about. He has a religious respect for his theme, and he holds that if a thing is to be done at all, it must be done in detail as well as in the g... ... on a chair may be made a suggestive and interesting incident. He sees these things and a great many more besides, but at first he does not analyse th... ...mrade, Coquelin, has, I think, as much talent and as much art; but the older man Got has the longer and fuller record, and may therefore be spoken of ... ...one of the things he does most perfectly. The part, which is that of a young man, is a serious and tender one. It is amazing that the actor who plays ... ...must always be an element of shrewdness and even of contempt; he must be the man who knows and judges—−or at least who pretends. It is a compliment, I...

...y in the hollow of his hand, has been publishing during the last year a series of biographical notices of the chief actors and actresses of the first theatre in the world. ?Comediens et Comediennes: la Comedie Francaise??such is the title of this publication, which appears in monthly numbers of the Librairie des Bibliophiles, and is ornamented on each occasion with a very ...

Table of Contents: The Theatre Francaise, 1 -- Henry James, 1

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Automatic Man

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...on . Initially a side project of Santana's drummer Michael Shrieve, Automatic Man brought together well respected musicians of diverse backgrounds wi... ...hich reached No. 97 on the Billboard Hot 100 ., the line-up of Automatic Man was not cohesive. After a second album entitled Visitors, they dis... ...being available in vinyl format and with the advent of the internet, Automatic Man are being rediscovered and roundly praised for their genre defying,... ... drumming legend Elvin Jones . He also serves as Musical Director for Seattle Theatre Group’s "More Music at The Moore, " a program that highlights g... ...ack for the notorious Bee Gees movie. He also collaborated extensively with Thin Lizzy 's Phil Lynott and together they produced the first indepe... ...r rating in his review, "People have a strong desire, an urge, to categorize things, to put them in boxes. To place this with that and make order ou... ... To place this with that and make order out of disorder. Music is one of those things we have to make sense of, to understand. How can some obscure ba...

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The Fat and the Thin

By: Emile Zola

...erature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE FAT AND THE THIN Author: EMILE ZOLA Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Pu... ...... ... [Posted: August 22, 2002] THE FAT AND THE THIN Etext prepared by Dagny, dagnypg@yahoo.com an... ...s well as French novelists, and are, of course, easily explained. A young man unknown to fame, and unable to procure the publication of a long novel... ...d English critics have often contended that although M. Zola is a married man, he knows very little of women, as there has virtually never been any ... ...; in most European countries, too, cheese has long been known as the poor man's friend; whilst as for pork, apart from all other considerations, I c... ...You ought to go out oftener," said he; "it does you good. We'll go to the theatre together one of these nights, if you like; to the Gaite, eh? Madam... ...e lighter boulevardian newspapers, and knew the performers at the smaller theatres, talked familiarly of the celebrities of the day, and could alway... ...ing out with Madame Taboureau, and added that she would call at the Gaite Theatre to buy some tickets. Quenu hurried after her to tell her to secure...

...?THE FAT AND THE THIN,? or, to use the French title, ?Le Ventre de Paris,? is a story of life in and around those vast Central Markets which form a distinctive feature of modern Paris. Even the reader who has never crossed the Channel must ha...

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The Incredible Melting Man

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... English The Incredible Melting Man is a 1977 American science fiction horror film about an astronaut whose... ...general seeking to capture him. It has been described as a remake of First Man into Space (1959).[3][4][5] The screenplay was orig... ...successful, and that the film suffered as a result. The Incredible Melting Man was produced by American International Pictures, which also handled the... ...ral film festivals, including the 1987 Visions Film Festival at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney, Australia,[46] the 2007 B-Fest in Chicago,[47] the 2008 ... ...ton of The Oregonian strongly condemned the film as gratuitously gory with thin, motiveless characters. He declared it worse than the horror film Mano... ...ment when homeless men notice the melting West and say to each other, "You think we've got trouble, look at that dude."[10] of horror films.parody was...

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The Fat and the Thin

By: Emile Zola

...THIN by EMILE ZOLA The Fat and the Thin Emile Zola Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World Wide. World eB... ...d John Bickers, jbickers@ihug.co.nz THE FAT AND THE THIN (LE VENTRE DE PARIS) ... ... and such as sleep o' nights: Yond' Cassius has a lean and hungry look; He thinks too much: such men are dangerous. SHAKESPEARE: Julius Caesar, act... ...h as well as French novelists, and are, of course, easily explained. A young man unknown to fame, and unable to procure the publication of a long nove... ... and English critics have often contended that although M. Zola is a married man, he knows very little of women, as there has virtually never been any... ...nce; in most European countries, too, cheese has long been known as the poor man's friend; whilst as for pork, apart from all other considerations, I ... .... "You ought to go out oftener," said he; "it does you good. We'll go to the theatre together one of these nights, if you like; to the Gaite, eh? Mada... ... the lighter boulevardian newspapers, and knew the performers at the smaller theatres, talked familiarly of the celebrities of the day, and could alwa... ... going out with Madame Taboureau, and added that she would call at the Gaite Theatre to buy some tickets. Quenu hurried after her to tell her to secur...

...INTRODUCTION: THE FAT AND THE THIN, or, to use the French title, Le Ventre de Paris, is a story of life in and around those vast Central Markets which form a distinctive feature of modern Paris. Even the reader who has never crossed the Channel must have ...

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Buddy's Theatre

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...wed by Buddy's Pony Express (1935) Buddy's Theatre is an American animated short f... ...ent, a spoof of Here Comes the Navy, featuring reused footage of a ship from Buddy the Gob, is advertised; The Thin Man and Eight Girls in a Boat, bot... ...a spoof of Here Comes the Navy, featuring reused footage of a ship from Buddy the Gob, is advertised; The Thin Man and Eight Girls in a Boat, both act... ...s, Inc., 1980. p. 406 External links Buddy's Theatre (unrestored) on YouTube ... ...nd-white films Films directed by Ben Hardaway Films set in a movie theatre 1930s Ame...

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The Fat and the Thin

By: Emile Zola

...iterature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE FAT AND THE THIN Author: EMILE ZOLA Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature ... ...... ...........................................................168 The Fat and the Thin i The Fat and the Thin Emile Zola This page copyright © 2002 Blackm... ...h as well as French novelists, and are, of course, easily explained. A young man unknown to fame, and unable to procure the publication of a long nove... ... and English critics have often contended that although M. Zola is a married man, he knows very little of women, as there has virtually never been any... ...nce; in most European countries, too, cheese has long been known as the poor man's friend; whilst as for pork, apart from all other considerations, I ... .... "You ought to go out oftener," said he; "it does you good. We'll go to the theatre together one of these nights, if you like; to the Gaite, eh? Mada... ... the lighter boulevardian newspapers, and knew the performers at the smaller theatres, talked familiarly of the celebrities of the day, and could alwa... ... going out with Madame Taboureau, and added that she would call at the Gaite Theatre to buy some tickets. Quenu hurried after her to tell her to secur...

...Introduction: ?The FAT AND THE THIN,? or, to use the French title, ?Le Ventre de Paris,? is a story of life in and around those vast Central Markets which form a distinctive feature of modern Paris. Even the reader who has never crossed the Channel must ha...

...Table of Contents: The Fat and the Thin, 1 -- Emile Zola, 1 -- Introduction, 1 -- Chapter I, 6 -- Chapter II, 29 -- Chapter III, 65 -- Chapter IV, 105 -- Chapter V, 130 -- Chapter VI, 168...

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Moscow Art Theatre

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...Interior of the "Old" MAT in Kamergersky Lane, originally Lianozov Theatre, as rebuilt in 1900-1903 by Fyodor Schechtel with contribution by A... ... The Chekhov Moscow Art Theatre today (Kamergersky Lane, exterior by Fyodor Schechtel). ... ... by Fyodor Schechtel). The Moscow Art Theatre (Russian: Московский Художественный академический театр, МХАТ; Mosk... ... 1910 Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man, by Alexander Ostrovsky The Brothers Karamazov... ... Fortune's Fool, A Provincial Lady and It Tears Where It is Thin, by Ivan Turgenev Peer Gynt, by Henrik Ibsen ...

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The Everlasting Man

By: Chesterton, Gilbert Keith, 1874-1936

...iterature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE EVERLASTING MAN Author: G.K. CHESTERTON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literatu... ...... .........................................2 PART I. ON THE CREATURE CALLED MAN......................................................................... ...rs known to us all; I make no claim to learning; and have to depend for some things, as has rather become the fashion, on those who are more learned. ... ... had always lived, but which was too large and too close to be seen. That, I think, is a true picture of the progress of any really independent intell... ... of this book. The point of this book, in other words, is that the next best thing to being really inside Christendom is to be really outside it. And ... ...edient of some of the medieval guilds, when they wheeled about the streets a theatre with three stages one above the other, with heaven above the eart...

...ngs of a shield, were but parts of some such gigantic figure, on which he had always lived, but which was too large and too close to be seen. That, I think, is a true picture of the progress of any really independent intelligence today; and that is the point of this book....

...Table of Contents: THE EVERLASTING MAN, 1 -- G.K. Chesterton, 1 -- PREFATORY NOTE, 1 -- Introduction, 2 -- THE PLAN OF THIS BOOK, 2 -- PART I. ON THE CREATURE CALLED MAN, 6 -- I. THE MAN IN THE CAVE, 6 -- II. PROFESSORS AND PREHISTORIC MEN, 14 -- III. THE ANTI...

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Lux Radio Theatre

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...adcast for more than 20 years and continued on television as the Lux Video Theatre through most of the 1950s. Broadcasting from New York, the series... ...various celebrities, including Leslie Howard and Edward Arnold. Lux Radio Theatre strove to feature as many of the original stars of the original sta... ...e, based on the film Morocco. That was followed by a Lux adaptation of The Thin Man, featuring the movie's stars, Myrna Loy and William Powell. Many ... ...sed on the film Morocco. That was followed by a Lux adaptation of The Thin Man, featuring the movie's stars, Myrna Loy and William Powell. Many of le... ...m and its performers, several classic radio regulars appeared in Lux Radio Theatre productions. Jim and Marian Jordan, better known as Fibber McGee an...

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The Everlasting Man

By: Chesterton, Gilbert Keith, 1874-1936

...AN by G. K. CHESTERTON THE EVERLASTING MAN G.K. Chesterton Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World Wide. World ... ... INTRODUCTION • THE PLAN OF THIS BOOK • PART I. ON THE CREATURE CALLED MAN • I. THE MAN IN THE CAVE • II. PROFESSORS AND PREHISTORIC MEN • III. T... ...III. THE ANTIQUITY OF CIVILISATION • IV. GOD AND COMPARATIVE RELIGION • V. MAN AND MYTHOLOGIES • VI. THE DEMONS AND THE PHILOSOPHERS • VII. THE WAR OF... ... known to us all; I make no claim to learning; and have to depend for some things, as has rather become the fashion, on those who are more learned. As... ...ad always lived, but which was too large and too close to be seen. That, I think, is a true picture of the progress of any really independent intellig... ... this book. The point of this book, in other words, is that the next best thing to being really inside Christendom is to be really outside it. And a ... ...ient of some of the medieval guilds, when they wheeled about the streets a theatre with three stages one above the other, with heaven above the earth ...

... striking fact. To suggest this I have not needed to go much beyond matters known to us all; I make no claim to learning; and have to depend for some things, as has rather become the fashion, on those who are more learned. As I have more than once differed from Mr. H. G. Wells in his view of history, it is the more right that I should here congratulate him on the courage a...

...· PREFATORY NOTE · INTRODUCTION · THE PLAN OF THIS BOOK · PART I. ON THE CREATURE CALLED MAN · I. THE MAN IN THE CAVE · II. PROFESSORS AND PREHISTORIC MEN · III. THE ANTIQUITY OF CIVILISATION · IV. GOD AND COMPARATIVE RELIGION · V. MAN AND MYTHOLOGIES · VI. THE DEMONS AND THE PHILOSOPHERS · VII. THE WAR OF THE GO...

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Sandman Mystery Theatre

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.... The team of Dodds and Belmont were a nod to Nick and Nora Charles of The Thin Man novel and movies. Art The first artist was Guy Davis, who defined... ... team of Dodds and Belmont were a nod to Nick and Nora Charles of The Thin Man novel and movies. Art The first artist was Guy Davis, who defined the ... ...rple cape, orange fedora and blue-and-yellow gas mask. For Sandman Mystery Theatre, the color palette was toned down to gray, olive green and brown. ... ...In one issue the Sandman interrogates a boxer outside Grant's Gym, and the man mentions the name "Ted", a reference to Ted Grant, the original Wildcat... ...hemselves, and in flashbacks done in the same art-style as Sandman Mystery Theatre. They also guest-starred in the "Exodus Noir" storyline of Madame X... ... One such change in the series included Wesley Dodd's portrayal as a quiet man who is considered odd by others instead of a playboy socialite. Some of... ... of a playboy socialite. Some of the retcons introduced in Sandman Mystery Theatre have been reflected in modern DC continuity. One such retcon is the...

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Man as He Is

By: Robert Bage

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: MAN AS HE IS Author: ROBERT BAGE Language: English Subject: Fiction, Li... ...... .............................................................................97 Man As He Is i Table of Contents CHAP. XLII. ........................... ...ecome as prevalent as Mr. Rousseau himself could have wished; and, to all who think in his elegant manner, will be irrefragable proof of my beloved co... ... accord to the abovementioned sentiment of John James; or whether they do not think us yet sufficiently refined and sensible; it is certain the whole ... ...im against this favor'd species of composition. Some, I believe, because they think, les Sages, les Marivaux, the Fieldings, the Smollets, are dead an... ...ive, and expected a succession of questions concerning the court, perhaps the theatres, or the fashions. No, the next enquiry was, if the town was ful... ...sband; but Mr. Birimport was generally inaccessible. Never seen at any of the theatres, at any coffee−house, or any route. This Sir George attributed ... ... was lost. "This day Sir George would not dine. His party was for the Italian theatre. It was clear frost. He chose solitude and the Tuilleries. There...

...he best manner possible. Indeed, the mode of instruction by novels, is become as prevalent as Mr. Rousseau himself could have wished; and, to all who think in his elegant manner, will be irrefragable proof of my beloved country being, whatsoever may become of our politics, the first of nations, for refinement and sensibility....

...Table of Contents: Man As He Is, 1 -- Robert Bage, 1 -- Preface, 3 -- EXORDIUM, 5 -- Volume I, 5 -- Chapter I, 5 -- Chapter II, 6 -- Chapter III, 10 -- Chapter IV, 11 -- Chapter V, 13 -- Chapter VI, 15 -- Chapter VII, 17 -- Chapter VIII, 18 -- ...

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Nick and Nora Charles

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...Charles (William Powell and Myrna Loy in the 1939 film Another Thin Man) Nick and Nora Charles are fi... ...es (William Powell and Myrna Loy in the 1939 film Another Thin Man) Nick and Nora Charles are fiction... ...rles are fictional characters created by Dashiell Hammett in his novel The Thin Man. The characters were later adapted for film in a series of movies ... ...are fictional characters created by Dashiell Hammett in his novel The Thin Man. The characters were later adapted for film in a series of movies betwe... ... characters first appear in Dashiell Hammett's best-selling last novel The Thin Man (1934). Nick is an alcoholic former private detective who retired ... ...acters first appear in Dashiell Hammett's best-selling last novel The Thin Man (1934). Nick is an alcoholic former private detective who retired when ... ...ances. Stage (Play): In 2009, the City Literature Theatre, a Chicago repertory company, mounted a stage production of the ori... ...ohnny Depp would star as Nick Charles in a remake of The Thin Man to reach theatres in 2013.[3] Homages ...

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The Antiquity of Man

By: Charles Lyell

...rature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE ANTIQUITY OF MAN Author: CHARLES LYELL Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature ... ...... ...osted: November 28, 2002] THE ANTIQUITY OF MAN Prepared Down Under In Australia by: Sue Asscher asschers@bi... ...arianism and evolution. The idea of Uniformitarianism does not imply that things have always been the same; only that they were similar, and between... ...se belonged to the stone period with two exceptions, namely, an armlet of thin brass wire, and a small bronze hatchet. Fragments of rude pottery ... ...Pont de Thiele, in all 6750 years. M. Morlot, after examining the ground, thinks it highly probable that the shape of the bottom on which the morass... ...est coast of South America, between the Andes and the Pacific, is a great theatre of earthquake movements, and that permanent upheavals of the land ...

...Introduction: The ?Antiquity of Man? was published in 1863, and ran into a third edition in the course of that year. The cause of this is not far to seek. Darwin?s ?Origin of Species? appeared in 1859, only four years earlier, and rapidly had its effect in ...

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Judy Upton

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... Life She collaborated with Lisa Goldman at The Red Room Theatre Company.[2] She has written radio plays for the BBC.[... ... Works Everlasting Rose, Old Red Lion Theatre, London, 1992 Ashes And Sand... ...Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1994 Bruises, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1995 The S... ... Room at the Finborough, London, 1997 To Blusher With Love, The Man In The Moon/Worthing Ritz, 1997 ... ... Schools tour and the House of Commons, 1998[5] The Ballad Of A Thin Man, Channel Theatre Company Spring Tour, 2000 ... ...ols tour and the House of Commons, 1998[5] The Ballad Of A Thin Man, Channel Theatre Company Spring Tour, 2000 ...

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Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician

By: Frederick Niecks

...Public Library.org AS AMAN AND MUSICIAN Title: FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIAN Author: FREDERICK NIECKS Language: English Subject: Ficti... ...... ...Online Distributed Proofreading Team. Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician Frederick Niecks Third Edition (1902) VOLUM... ...d or insufficiently supported by facts, and the wisest cannot help seeing things through the coloured spectacles of their individuality. The foregoi... ...ly, and not merely a little, exuberant; and, on the other hand, the "good things" and "beautiful pages" amount to a psychological study of Chopin, a... ...t, be regarded as a special feature of the present biography. They may, I think, be called numerous, if we consider the master's dislike to letter-w... ... that in squares and streets there moved about incessantly Pulchinella theatres, dancing bears, camels, and monkeys, before which the most ele... ...es, and after some time was often employed as violinist and singer at the theatre. Here, where he got, if not regular instruction, at least some hin... ...e hear of Elsner as violinist in Brunn, in 1792 as musical conductor at a theatre in Lemberg--where he is busy composing dramatic and other works--a...

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Eric Bell

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..., best known as a founder member and the original guitarist of the rock group Thin Lizzy . After his time in the band, he had a brief period of front... ...hem to feature Van Morrison, between September and October 1966.Alan Byrne, "Thin Lizzy: Soldiers of Fortune", Firefly, 2004. He also played with a ... ...and named The Dreams. The 1980s and Mainsqueeze In 1980, Bell reunited with Thin Lizzy to record a tribute song to Jimi Hendrix, "Song for Jimmy", ... ...ar" at the Phil Lynott tribute concert "The Boy Is Back in Town" in the Point Theatre, Dublin . This was released on a DVD called . In 2010, Bell mo... ...e Missing Album (1995) Eric Bell Band"The Eric Bell Band E.P." (1981)"Lonely Man / Anyone Seen My Baby" – single version of the E.P. (1981)Live Toni... ...Ho Hum (1971)Brush Shiels – Brush Shiels (1977)Smiley Bolger – Ode to a Black Man (1991)Honeyboy Hickling – Straight from the Harp (2000)Barrelhouse ...

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Man as He Is

By: Robert Bage

...MAN AS HE IS by ROBERT BAGE Man As He Is Robert Bage Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World Wide. W... ...me as prevalent as Mr. Rousseau himself could have wished; and, to all who think in his elegant manner, will be irrefragable proof of my beloved count... ...cord to the abovementioned sentiment of John James; or whether they do not think us yet sufficiently refined and sensible; it is certain the whole cor... ...against this favor'd species of composition. Some, I believe, because they think, les Sages, les Marivaux, the Fieldings, the Smollets, are dead and b... ... permission.—So, if my pretty country women will read nonsense, I am not a man to bar them so reasonable a liberty; and I hope the reviewers will henc... ...one; and that the spirit had quite abandoned him— so hard is it for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. In a month, the family removed to Londo... ...d 23 expected a succession of questions concerning the court, perhaps the theatres, or the fashions. No, the next enquiry was, if the town was full o... ...nd; but Mr. Birimport was generally inaccessible. Never seen at any of the theatres, at any coffee-house, or any route. This Sir George attributed to ... ...s lost. "This day Sir George would not dine. His party was for the Italian theatre. It was clear frost. He chose solitude and the Tuilleries. There, w...

...he best manner possible. Indeed, the mode of instruction by novels, is become as prevalent as Mr. Rousseau himself could have wished; and, to all who think in his elegant manner, will be irrefragable proof of my beloved country being, whatsoever may become of our politics, the first of nations, for refinement and sensibility....

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Helen Hayes Awards Resident Production

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...These Helen Hayes Awards are given for resident theatre productions in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. They include... ... The Beautiful Lady – New Playwrights' Theatre Lydie Breeze – New Playwrights... ...eatre Lydie Breeze – New Playwrights' Theatre Man and Superman – Arena Stage... ...die Breeze – New Playwrights' Theatre Man and Superman – Arena Stage My Sist... ... – Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company The Man Who Came to Dinner – Arena Stage T... ...ry V – The Shakespeare Theatre I Am a Man – Arena Stage Long Day's Journey I... ...w Playwrights' Theatre Phoef Sutton – Thin Wall – New Playwrights' Theatre ... ...mmoth Theatre Company Sherry Kramer – Things That Break – Theater of the First Amendment ...

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Man of Property

By: John Galsworthy

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: MAN OF PROPERT Author: JOHN GALSWORTHY Language: English Subject: Fiction,... ...... ... [eBook #2559] [Updated: April 6, 2003] MAN OF PROPERT, GALSWORTHY Extensive proofing for this edition wa... ...lt waters of the Saga, are inclined more and more to pity Soames, and to think that in doing so they are in revolt against the mood of his creator.... ...oames, readers incline, perhaps, to animus against Irene: After all, they think, he wasn't a bad fellow, it wasn't his fault; she ought to have for... ...unt, but on Irene's, and Irene's persuasion becomes a reiterated: "Don't think of me, think of yourself!" That Jon, knowing the facts, can realise ... ... at times. Old Jolyon's coachman, after driving June and Bosinney to the theatre, had remarked to the butler: "I dunno what to make of 'im. Loo... ...g the latter to Drury Lane, during his holidays. The boy had loved the theatre, and old Jolyon recalled how he used to sit opposite, concealing h... ...herself on his body in an agony of remorse. He often took Irene to the theatre, instinctively choosing the modern Society Plays with the modern S...

...Preface: ?The Forsyte Saga? was the title originally destined for that part of it which is called ?The Man of Property;? and to adopt it for the collected chronicles of the Forsyte family has indulged the Forsytean tenacity that is in all of us. The word...

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Damon Johnson

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... Brother Cane, Alice Cooper, Whiskey Falls, Faith Hill, Sammy Hagar, Damn Yankees, Thin Lizzy, Black Star Riders ... ...(born July 13, 1964) is an American guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter, currently a member of hard rock bands Thin Lizzy and Black Star Riders. In th... ... 3 Post Brother Cane 4 Alice Cooper 5 Thin Lizzy ... ...d to the Alice Cooper Band in the summer of 2009, and was featured in Cooper's 2010 live concert DVD & CD, Theatre of Death – Live at Hammersmith.... ... Faith Hill – Cry, 2002 (Warner Bros. Records) Red Halo – Dead Man’s Vitamin, 2003 (independent) ... ... Damon Johnson – Release, 2010 (Double Dragon Records) Alice Cooper – Alice Cooper: Theatre Of Death – Live At Hammersmith ... ... "I Am the Future" "He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask)" ... ... Welcome to My Nightmare Tour Theatre of Death Tour ...

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Man of Property

By: John Galsworthy

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: MAN OF PROPERTY Author: JOHN GALSWORTHY Language: English Subject: Fiction... ...... ...Book #2559] [Updated: December 9, 2001] PGCC Collection: Man of Property, by John Galsworthy eBook File: mnprp11.htm or mnprp11.zip... ...lt waters of the Saga, are inclined more and more to pity Soames, and to think that in doing so they are in revolt against the mood of his creator.... ...oames, readers incline, perhaps, to animus against Irene: After all, they think, he wasn't a bad fellow, it wasn't his fault; she ought to have for... ...nt, but on Irene's, and Irene's persuasion becomes a reiterated: "Don't think of me, think of yourself!" That Jon, knowing the facts, can realise ... ... at times. Old Jolyon's coachman, after driving June and Bosinney to the theatre, had remarked to the butler: "I dunno what to make of 'im. Loo... ... the latter to Drury Lane, during his holidays. The boy had--loved the theatre, and old Jolyon recalled how he used to sit opposite, concealing h... ...herself on his body in an agony of remorse. He often took Irene to the theatre, instinctively choosing the modern Society Plays with the modern S...

...Preface: ?The Forsyte Saga? was the title originally destined for that part of it which is called ?The Man of Property;? and to adopt it for the collected chronicles of the Forsyte family has indulged the Forsytean tenacity that is in all of us. The word...

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Sidney Harmon

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...of Death:February 29, 1988, Rancho Mirage, California, USA: Co-founded the Theatre Group at the University of California at Los Angeles... Producer ... ... the 1950s and 1960s Battle of the Bulge (1965) (executive producer) The Thin Red Line (1964) (producer) Day of the Outlaw (1959) (producer) Anna ... ...ducer) The Wild Party (1956) (producer) The Big Combo (1955) (producer) Man Crazy (1953) (producer) Writer: 1940s–1960s Hand in Hand (1960) (sto... ...razy (1953) (producer) Writer: 1940s–1960s Hand in Hand (1960) (story) Man Crazy (1953) (writer) Mara Maru (1952) (story) Mutiny (1952) (writer)...

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Man of Property

By: John Galsworthy

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: MAN OF PROPERTY Author: JOHN GALSWORTHY Language: English Subject: Fiction... ...... ... John Galsworthy March, 2001 [eBook #2559] PGCC Collection: Man of Property, by John Galsworthy *eBook File: mnprp10.htm or mnprp10.... ... waters of the Saga, are inclined more and more to pity Soames, and to think that in doing so they are in revolt against the mood of his creato... ...mes, readers incline, perhaps, to animus against Irene: After all, they think, he wasn't a bad fellow, it wasn't his fault; she ought to have ... ... but on Irene's, and Irene's persuasion becomes a reiterated: "Don't think of me, think of yourself!" That Jon, knowing the facts, can realis... ...t times. Old Jolyon's coachman, after driving June and Bosinney to the theatre, had remarked to the butler: "I dunno what to make of 'i... ...atter to Drury Lane, during his holidays. The boy had--loved the theatre, and old Jolyon recalled how he used to sit opposite, concealing... ...f on his body in an agony of remorse. He often took Irene to the theatre, instinctively choosing the modern Society Plays with the modern...

...Preface: ?The Forsyte Saga? was the title originally destined for that part of it which is called ?The Man of Property;? and to adopt it for the collected chronicles of the Forsyte family has indulged the Forsytean tenacity that is in all of us. The word...

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Rolfe Sedan

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...y life Born Edward Sedan in New York City, his mother was a Broadway theatre fashion designer and his father a symphony conductor . Career ... ...s a nightclub and vaudeville performer and began acting in East Coast theatre . Sedan debuted on Broadway in 1916 and appeared in his first motio... ...heat (1928) Show People (1928) One Hysterical Night (1929) The Thin Man (1934) Everything Happens at Night (1939) * Rolfe Sedan ... ... (1928) Show People (1928) One Hysterical Night (1929) The Thin Man (1934) Everything Happens at Night (1939) * Rolfe Sedan as a ...

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Man and Wife

By: Wilkie Collins

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: MAN AND WIFE Author: WILKIE COLLINS Language: English Subject: Fiction, ... ...... ..............................................................................1 Man and Wife i Man and Wife Wilkie Collins • Prologue − An Irish Marriag... ...ne days at school. One has often heard of hereditary hatred. Is there such a thing as hereditary love as well?" Before the guest could answer, his att... ...e. Such people!" she continued, turning to Mr. Kendrew. "They distrust every thing, from the scraper at the door to the chimneys on the roof. They for... ...ers, before you have time to make them. Some wretch of a woman says, 'Do you think the drains are right?'−−and sniffs suspiciously, before I can say Y... ...ertain reference on the part of his friend to a performance at the Edinburgh theatre, which at once decided the question of time. Arnold had been nece... ... He had met with these people before. He had seen them (for instance) at the theatre, and observed their manners and customs with considerable curiosi... ... plenty of brazen−faced women to exhibit their bosoms and their legs. Not at theatres only; but among other gatherings, in other places, the foreigner...

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Simon Westaway

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... Westaway (born 22 December 1958) is an Australian actor who has appeared in many television series, films and theatre productions. He is most remembe... ... Tempe Tip Babe: Pig in the City The Thin Red Line ... ...e Great Raid Sahara Stage The Man from Snowy River: Arena Spectacular...

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Volpone; Or, The Fox, A Comedy. As Altered from Ben Jonson, And Performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden

By: Ben Jonson

...ts, all that I know;" and dedicating his first dramatic success, "Every Man in His Humour," to him. It is doubtful whether Jonson ever went to ei... ...court of law, narrates that Jonson had submitted the manuscript of "Every Man in His Humour" to the Chamberlain's men and had received from the com... ...ccepted it. Whether this story is true or not, certain it is that "Every Man in His Humour" was accepted by Shakespeare's company and acted for the... ...sance spirit. Jonson believed that there was a professional way of doing things which might be reached by a study of the best examples, and he fou... ...nd set himself to do something different; and the first and most striking thing that he evolved was his conception and practice of the comedy of hum... ...ghtfully comic effect, a coward; Brainworm's humour is the finding out of things to the end of fooling everybody: of course he is fooled in the end ... ...h Jonson contributed to what Dekker called the poetomachia or war of the theatres as recent critics have named it. This play as a fabric of plot i... ...es Series" shortly to appear. See also his earlier work, "The War of the Theatres," 1892, and the excellent contributions to the subject by H. C. H... ... know) had been literally kidnapped to be pressed into the service of the theatre and whipped to the conning of their difficult parts. To the caric...

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Inconceivable (novel)

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...oes Forth (1989) Ben Elton: The Man from Auntie (1990) ... ... Stark (1993) The Thin Blue Line (1995) ... ... Theatre ...

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An Ambitious Man

By: Ella Wheeler Wilcox

...Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: AN AMBITIOUS MAN Author: ELLA WHEELER WILCOX Language: English Subject: Fiction, Litera... ...... ...866] [Posted: May 28, 2003] AN AMBITIOUS MAN Transcribed by David Price, email ccx074@coventry.ac.uk ... ...r. But the old dame had been wholly frank in forming Miss Lawrence. The thin, flat chest and narrow shoulders, the angular elbows and prominent sh... ...ches. He had seen just enough of life and of the world to estimate these things at double their value; and he was, beside, looking at life through ... ...ambitious American youth now a toy in the hands of aliens, and position a thing to be bought at the price set by un- American masses. Thoughts li... ... She had never been in a fashionable assemblage; she had never attended a theatre, as Mr Irving did not approve of them. Extremely fond of outdoor...

...rt of volcanic fires, or the soul of a Phryne, under the exterior of a spinster. But the old dame had been wholly frank in forming Miss Lawrence. The thin, flat chest and narrow shoulders, the angular elbows and prominent shoulderblades, the sallow skin and sharp features, the deeply set, pale blue eyes, and the lustreless, ashen hair, were all truthful exponents of the un...

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Petros Christo

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...ayed in Breaking Silence. He is the owner of Emerald Cafe, named after the Thin Lizzy song,[1] in his home town, Thessaloniki. Foo... ... ^ Live Premonition (DVD). Principal theatre,   ... ... "Mercenary Man" "Wo...

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The Vanishing Man

By: R. Austin Freeman

... Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE VANISHING MAN Author: R. AUSTIN FREEMAN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Litera... ...... ..................................................1 CHAPTER I. THE VANISHING MAN ........................................................................ ...er unsatisfactory subject of survivorship. Most of the students had left the theatre, and the remainder had gathered round the lecturer's table to lis... ... it of interest?” one of the students asked. “Ah!” replied Dr. Thorndyke, “I think I must leave you to consider that question yourself. This is an unt... ... admit. “How can I tell?” she demanded. “I expect you have. It's the sort of thing a man would do—ring the wrong bell and then say he's sorry.” “I did... ...rather badly and gave me a deuce of a shake up. I'm too old for that sort of thing, you know.” “Most people are,” said I. “True; but you can take a cr...

...Excerpt: Chapter 1. THE VANISHING MAN The school of St. Margaret?s Hospital was fortunate in its lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence, or Forensic Medicine, as it is sometimes described. At some schools the lecturer on this subject is appointed apparently for th...

...Table of Contents: The Vanishing Man, 1 -- R. Austin Freeman, 1 -- Chapter I. THE VANISHING MAN, 1 -- Chapter II. THE EAVESDROPPER, 4 -- Chapter III. JOHN THORNDYKE, 11 -- Chapter IV. LEGAL COMPLICATIONS AND A JACKAL, 17 -- Chapter V. THE WATERCRESS?BED, 24 ...

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Edward Ellis (actor)

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...ember 12, 1870 – July 26, 1952) was an American film actor. He is best known for playing the title role in The Thin Man, as well as in A Man to Rememb... ... 12, 1870 – July 26, 1952) was an American film actor. He is best known for playing the title role in The Thin Man, as well as in A Man to Remember. ... ...n films, he played mostly supporting roles, his only leading roles being in Main Street Lawyer (1939) and in A Man to Remember (1938) and Three Sons (... ...s as the resolute sheriff in Fury, as Shirley Temple's uncle in Little Miss Broadway and the leading role in A Man to Remember. He... ...private eye Nick Charles (played by William Powell) had been hired to investigate in the 1934 hit MGM film The Thin Man. The title does not refer to P... ...ntleman (1934) The President Vanishes (1934) The Thin Man (1934) ... ...rom myocardial infarction People from Coldwater, Michigan American theatre managers and producers ...

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The Confidence- Man

By: Herman Melville

...lville A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication The Confidence-Man by Herman Melville is a publication of the Pennsylvania State Universit... ... or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. The Confidence-Man by Herman Melville, the Pennsylvania State University, Electronic Class... ... University is an equal opportunity university. 3 Melville The Confidence-Man By Herman Melville CHAPTER I. A Mute Goes Aboard a Boat on the Mississi... ...ed to be a careful description of his person followed. As if it had been a theatre-bill, crowds were gathered about the announcement, and among them c... ...eem cause for unalloyed gratulation, and is such to all ex- cept those who think that in new countries, where the wolves are killed off, the foxes inc... ...they who read the one might read the other. The words were these: “Charity thinketh no evil.” As, in gaining his place, some little perseverance, not ... ...e away, yet not before altering his writing to this: “Charity endureth all things.” Shield-like bearing his slate before him, amid stares and jeers he... ...eans, an old man, less slender in purse than limb, happening to attend the theatre 31 Melville one evening, was so charmed with the character of a fa... ...e!” “Hi, hi!” clamored the cripple, like a fellow in the pit of a sixpenny theatre, then said, “don’t know much what you meant, but it went off well.”...

...Excerpt: At sunrise on a first of April there appeared, suddenly as Manco Capac at the lake Titicaca, a man in cream-colors, at the water-side in the city of St. Louis. His cheek was fair, his chin downy, his hair flaxen, his hat a white fur one, with a long fleecy nap. He had neither trunk, valise, carpet-bag, nor parcel. No p...

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William Robbins (actor)

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The Man in the Iron Mask

By: Pere Alexandre Dumas

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK Author: ALEXANDRE DUMAS Language: English Subject:... ...... ..........................................................................1 THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK i THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK Alexandre Dumas (pere) ... ...scientious scruple, Duchess, you will admit that it is pretty nearly the same thing." "No, not at all." "But, surely, of your magnificent fortune ther... ...r Duchess, pray arrive soon at the circumstance which brought you here; for I think we can be of service to each other." "Such has been my own thought... ...hat." "Yes, my dear Aramis; but there was something else of which I have been thinking." "What is that?" "You know that I do a great deal of desultory... ...hat no one will be able to see aught but flowers and paintings,− just as at a theatre, where a Colossus appears upon the scene walking along moved by ... ...s which had been made for the fireworks; in another, Moliere led him over the theatre; at last, after he had visited the chapel, the salons, and the g... ...gars or lackeys. It is better on the stage,− on the stage, I mean, of another theatre than that of this world,− it is better to wear a fine coat and t...

...Excerpt: THE man to whom we have just alluded walked along with a firm step, although he was no longer in his early prime. His dark cloak and long sword outlined beneath the cloak plainly revealed a man seeking adventures; and judging fro...

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Jacques Marie Boutet

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...comic dramatist from Lunéville. His pseudonym was Monvel. He was a small, thin man without good looks or voice, and yet he became one of the greatest... ... dramatist from Lunéville. His pseudonym was Monvel. He was a small, thin man without good looks or voice, and yet he became one of the greatest come... ... he held for several years. Until 1786, he was the director for the French theatre in Bollhuset and had a great importance for the development for the... ...theater as the educator of the first Swedish actors for the Royal Dramatic Theatre, such as Fredrique Löwen, Lars Hjortsberg and Maria Franck, in the ... ... he returned to Paris, embraced its principles with ardour, and joined the theatre in the rue Richelieu (the rival of the Comédie-Française), which, u...

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Man and Wife

By: Wilkie Collins

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: MAN AND WIFE Author: WILKIE COLLINS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Li... ...... ... by Wilkie Collins January, 1999 [eBook #1586] PGCC Collection: Man and Wife, by Wilkie Collins* eBook file: mandw10.htm or mandw10.zip ... ...days at school. One has often heard of hereditary hatred. Is there such a thing as hereditary love as well?" Before the guest could answer, his at... ...Such people!" she continued, turning to Mr. Kendrew. "They distrust every thing, from the scraper at the door to the chimneys on the roof. They forc... ..., before you have time to make them. Some wretch of a woman says, 'Do you think the drains are right?'--and sniffs suspiciously, before I can say Ye... ...ain reference on the part of his friend to a performance at the Edinburgh theatre, which at once decided the question of time. Arnold had been neces... ... had met with these people before. He had seen them (for instance) at the theatre, and observed their manners and customs with considerable curiosit... ...nty of brazen-faced women to exhibit their bosoms and their legs. Not at theatres only; but among other gatherings, in other places, the foreigner ...

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Phyllis Kirk

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...n 1953. Her most notable television role was opposite Peter Lawford in The Thin Man (1957—1959), where they played Nick and Nora Charles. She also app... ...3. Her most notable television role was opposite Peter Lawford in The Thin Man (1957—1959), where they played Nick and Nora Charles. She also appeared... ... rowspan=31953 World by the Tail Television movie Armstrong Circle Theatre 1 episode The United States Steel Hour Betty Lou 1 episode ... ...ed States Steel Hour Betty Lou 1 episode rowspan=31953–1954 Lux Video Theatre 2 episodes Goodyear Television Playhouse Girl 3 episodes T... ... Playhouse 90 Nancy Tennant 1 episode 1956–1957 The Ford Television Theatre Various roles 4 episodes rowspan=21957 The Errol Flynn Theatre... ... The 20th Century Fox Hour Barbara Sherwood 1 episode 1957–1959 The Thin Man Nora Charles 72 episodes May 22, 1958 The Ford Show, Starring... ...e 20th Century Fox Hour Barbara Sherwood 1 episode 1957–1959 The Thin Man Nora Charles 72 episodes May 22, 1958 The Ford Show, Starring Tenn... ... Actress in a Leading Role (Continuing Character) in a Dramatic Series The Thin Man Obituary on the Los Angeles Daily News Freedom From Fear at Hero... ...ess in a Leading Role (Continuing Character) in a Dramatic Series The Thin Man Obituary on the Los Angeles Daily News Freedom From Fear at Heroine i...

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