Susan Glaspell | Critical Essay by Ludwig Lewisohn

This literature criticism consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis & critique of Susan Glaspell.
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Critical Essay by Ludwig Lewisohn

Like so much else in his life, his heroic effort to finish his last novel came too late; and the luck which might have kept him alive until he had finished was not with him. He had predicted to Perkins in the middle of December that he could complete a first draft by January 15, and at the rate he was going he might have done so; on December 20 he completed the first episode of Chapter VI. The next day he had a second, fatal heart attack.

In the rude little auditorium of the Provincetown Players on MacDougall Street there is an iron ring in the wall, and a legend informs you that the ring was designed for the tethering of Pegasus. But the winged horse has never been seen. An occasional play might have allured him; the acting of it...

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This section contains 2,198 words
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