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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 19203

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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terecurring humility and defeat at id ade-show curosity, a desire to
the end of each play There is, in- "have it on" the herd, or a tre love
deed, a grip or awing of the metrical of Drama per e, it is difficult to ay
poetry that can only e proven y act-1
ul reading. But the concluion is.-oetaiey iteo ah
always the ame: why are these fierce,; Whatever their motive the fact re-
dynamic plays refused a hearing on 'mains that New Yorkers are eing
the stage, since they are so perfectly given and are taking advantage of an
proportioned for thse theatre? The j oporunity to see Acting oming ii
dilemsma, of course is the same that I fat. One critic who entered te temple
surrsunds Gordon CraigVWhile Craig's scoffing has this to say: "The land-
imagination, as George lean Nathan scpe is a little sombre. Laughter
pts it, is still pat ently waiting for and Love hve fled; Youth whoe very
the modern dramatist to catch op with sorrows are triumphant is no more
it, sIGordon llttoostley is wa iting for A draped statue, severely bastifsl,
as director wcithi wide enough vision to restrainedly meanctioly, stands near
realize issortl. lbleiwtlr-come;Stiere a pool. SBronet leaves cover tte sr-
is n ue5ston5 oftat; e wilt cort tfao thle cater. Against the hse
satiety tboth grniusesbut it is atdci- othSti staue lcns a figure in simple
loos that they iustist c so 55onig tor drapery ofatblo. It i IEleanora us.
his advernt.''le sdnes stirirreocablenco, te
-- --tragic beaity of life are wcriiten on
D Ti Iibec forehtead,exuresed in ter pos-
Co-t'u~ rcQPge01 tuhre. Stir dman~idInotiing yearn
pr{ uct cnr~ctr wich ; n t - for notig, hopes for notting. Se
n, i'Anir zlo.or arg yet noh pssesses teitit. She losesse a
n at tui t'L w itrn pat ;-soverceign ssteitsss It is'ier sltimat
t ai 1 iL u~c. set dinteroi 'teon esgift." - - -
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r fshiriing esmotional~ m,- ci a hte hav eti. Our
isu- li i!i'iS tshesever s' it . l 5ts5ur5pssio, eidi ur ptsioili
seesti c cicci c rcciept, utlthaii ur isk. sT 'he' retto i tadnea
;ht, (an nd'''the yiislcloithe Years'"
sot aicesoslsslinetsi te Stir iesIvrbyecicosiba,
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imate soin. ernhiardt stchiedtevery lt'iesisoshth lied antI liviig, thinks,
ccoitasnopiorsituniStccliainetd it ton-'itis t'eii cesieris imdutat;o
pletely stan 'lcsll ticsrmosis e r It ,,I.whosi lit sfferedt ofttinisoshlrink
is noc doutttthat BeiSirnhart as in- rosh esiltof herlntlespas.
cliiiedlo nertio he issus. 0f the, No fonsd illuiocs live to sothe
too eils that of Diuse secmso be BiutS nesoik te a serpent's totho
preferabile in lbe light of the trnd of ithlate tspenfece gnaws and sti g.
iodern drama. Bet'rihardt wasa'rp-a
dinminantly ltimantic-Duse is serene
1l' Stoitc. In tLa Damse Canelias Beci-' appy wcobsqcuit life's anqot seat
bard's Marguerite falIs prostrte :leforthle degosley shall divin
from the embrace of Armoand, the Mr-!f Sthe cup brimmning o'er with wine-
guerite of Duse dies iii bes. Therein I But eho abandon it- as I
ties 'She essential difference,. suddenly"
Wihether the popularity of DseinI from "Eugne Oneguine"
Ameica can be atrbbuted t a mr-j by Alexander Pushin
Jam'4 1924
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