Between Actor and Critic, 1971 Ed. Daniel J. Watermeier
Between Actor and Critic Selected Letters of Edwin Booth and William Winter, 1971 was edited with commentary by Daniel J. Watermeier
- These letters reflect Booth's life and career from 1869 to 1890.
- Booth did not write an autobiography or keep a diary.
- During their 20 plus year friendship Booth wrote more than 300 letters to Winter.
- Winter seldom wrote letters to Booth who kept very few.
- Watermeier selected 125 letters which had not been published.
These letters represent a distinctive and new source of information on Booth.
This hardcover copy is in good condition--well bound, no marks, no tears, no damage--just some foxing, time browning and slight shelf wear to the dust jacket. At the very top (1/8 inch) of the book spine there an indication of fading.
The book measures 6 1/4 inches by 9 1/2 inches by 1 inch and has 329 pages.