The author has found a good theme; but the play will never be a famous one because there are so many plays with good ideas spoilt by wrong treatment, states Shand. ... It is more than likely that a much advertised feature, the ceaseless beating of the tom-tom was the cause of this ... 740. aquot;Robeson is Sensitive Actor, aquot; 0utlook, 0ctober 3, 1925. The article declares, in part: aquot;Doubtless the rich melody of Mr.
|Title||:||A Paul Robeson research guide|
|Author||:||Lenwood G. Davis|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Pub Group - 1983-01-01|