5 edition of Alexander Woollcott, his life and his world. found in the catalog.
Alexander Woollcott, his life and his world.
Samuel Hopkins Adams
Reprint of the 1946 ed., published under title: A Woollcott, his life and his world.
|LC Classifications||PS3545.O77 Z6 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||388|
|LC Control Number||77130545|
Alexander Woollcott, in full Alexander Humphreys Woollcott, (born Janu , Phalanx, New Jersey, U.S.—died Janu , New York City, New York), American author, critic, and actor known for his acerbic wit. A large, portly man, he was the self-appointed leader of the Algonquin Round Table, an informal luncheon club at New York City’s Algonquin Hotel in the s . Alexander Woollcott (Janu – Janu ) was an American critic and journalist known for his involvement in the Algonquin Round Table and his writings in The New Yorker magazine.. Woollcott was distinguished by his tireless wit and flamboyant personality, providing the inspiration for the character of Sheridan Whiteside in the play The Man Who Came to Dinner by George S.
The Round Table was famous for saber slash insults made by brilliant writers. It is fun to store up famous Woollcott jabs, but only towards the end to we get significant samples of his writing. The subtitle of Smart Alack is: The Wit, World and Life of Alexander Woollcott. All of these things are s: His reputation as a critic was built on his wit and skill as an arbiter of taste. He was born on Janu , in an eighty-five room house once used as a commune in Phalanx, New Jersey. The house was owned bye the Bucklin family, Woollcott's maternal grandparents.
A. Woollcott, his life and his world. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock. MLA Citation. Adams, Samuel Hopkins. and Editions for the Armed Services, Inc. A. Woollcott, his life and his world [by] Samuel Hopkins Adams Reynal & Hitchcock New York Australian/Harvard Citation. . Alexander Humphreys Woollcott was born on the 19th January, in New Jersey, America and was a critic and commentator for The New Yorker magazine. One of New York's most prolific drama critics, Woollcott was an owlish character whose caustic wit either joyously attracted or vehemently repelled the artistic communities of s Manhattan.
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The book is almost novelistic at times--which raises questions about the research, especially since there are no citations and conversations are This is a biography of Alexander Woollcott by an acquaintance--who helped him get his start in journalism--but not a fan/5.
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The Round Table was famous for saber slash insults made by brilliant writers. It is fun to store up famous Woollcott jabs, but only towards the end to we get significant samples of his writing.
The subtitle of Smart Alack is: The Wit, World and Life of Alexander Woollcott. All of these things are delivered/5(10). Woollcott: His life and his world Hardcover – January 1, by Samuel Hopkins Adams (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Alexander Woollcott, in full Alexander Humphreys Woollcott, (born JanuPhalanx, New Jersey, U.S.—died JanuNew York City, New York), American author, critic, and actor known for his acerbic wit.A large, portly man, he was the self-appointed leader of the Algonquin Round Table, an informal luncheon club at New York City’s Algonquin Hotel in the s and ’30s.
Book by Alexander Woollcott, 2 Copy quote Mrs. Patrick Cambell is an aged British battleship sinking rapidly and firing every available gun on her rescuers.
The author of Alexander Woollcott: His Life and His World (): "He (Alexander Woollcott) was the least military figure in the A.E.F. His uniform, soiled, sagging, and corrugated with unexpected bulges, looked as if it had just emerged from the delousing plant.
Alexander Woollcott: His Life and His World, Samuel Hopkins Adams, Reynal and Hitchcock, The Man who Came to Dinner: A Comedy in Three Acts, Moss Hart and George Kaufman, Dramatists Play Service, Inc., "Story of the Week: 'The Man Who Came to Dinner With George Kaufman Directing, Morton Eustis (), Library of America, In the spring ofEleanor Roosevelt and Woollcott met in San Francisco.
She was there to give a lecture, while he was touring in a production of the hit play, The Man Who Came to ott invited her to have coffee with him in his sumptuous suite at the Fairmont Hotel, an event she described as “one of my most pleasant San Francisco experiences.”.
Alexander Woollcott: biography Janu – Janu He also lived with his family in Kansas City, Missouri; in that city he attended Central High School, where teacher Sophie Rosenberger "inspired him to literary effort" and with whom he "kept in touch all her life."Lee Shippey, Luckiest Man Alive, Los Angeles, Westernlore [ ].
Alexander Woollcott was born on Janu in Phalanx, New Jersey, USA as Alexander Humphreys Woollcott. He was a writer and actor, known for The Dark Tower (), The Man with Two Faces () and Bobbed Hair (). He died on Janu in New York City, New York, USA.
Alexander Woollcott, Writer: The Dark Tower. Alexander Woollcott was born on Janu in Phalanx, New Jersey, USA as Alexander Humphreys Woollcott.
He was a writer and actor, known for The Dark Tower (), The Man with Two Faces () and Bobbed Hair (). He died on Janu in New York City, New York, USA. A. Woollcott, his life and his world by Adams, Samuel Hopkins, Publication date Topics Woollcott, Alexander,Authors, American, Theater critics Publisher New York, Reynal & Hitchcock Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Pages: You searched for: alexander woollcott.
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Just as planned, I found it by pasting the line “This is ghastly. We can’t use it. Alexander Woollcott was born in Red Bank. He loved reading the books of Charles Dickens as a child. His review of the Marx Brothers’ Broadway debut, I’ll Say She Is, helped the group’s career reach the next level and resulted in him becoming lifelong friends with Harpo Marx.Publisher: London.: Hamish Hamilton Ltd.
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