American Theatre As Seen By Its Critics 1752-1934, 1934 Montrose Moses & John Brown
American Theatre As Seen By Its Critics 1752-1934, 1934, edited by Montrose J. Moses and John Mason Brown, is a collection of theater reviews providing an unparalleled historical view of American theater.
- More than 100 reviews over nearly 200 years
- By major contemporary theater critics
- Also literary figures such as Washington Irving, Edgar Alan Poe, Walt Whitman, Henry James, William Dean Howells
- Review of Plays, Playwrights, Actors and Actresses
- The editors are well respected in the history of American theater
Also includes in the addenda
- Contents of book arranged chronologically
- Biographical sketches of "those in the casts"
- Biographical sketches of critics
This book is in fair condition. There are no marks or tears, only a signature on back of the front cover. But the binding of the book is weakened and beginning to tear at the front and back covers. The book itself shows fading on the spine and on the covers and shelf wear at the top of the spine.
The book measures 6 1/2 inches by 9 1/2 inches by 1 1/2 inches and has 391 pages.