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  • Title Page i
  • Preface iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • The Flying Wasp 1
  • Overture 3
  • The Public Death of Shakespeare 17
  • National Theater Bunkum 26
  • England Say When 41
  • Murdher in the Theater 48
  • Critica Silentio Luna 57
  • Green Goddess of Realism 73
  • Coward Codology: I - Cavalcade 87
  • Coward Codology: II - Design for Dying 97
  • Coward Codology: III - Excelsior Ingenium 108
  • Shakespeare Lives in London Lads 116
  • Pro-Per Proscenium 120
  • Bonfire Under a Black Sun 130
  • On Diverse Subjects 161
  • The Arts Among the Multitude 163
  • Always the Plough and the Stars 170
  • Tender Tears for Poor O'Casey 177
  • No Flowers for Films 191
  • A Whisper About Bernard Shaw 197
  • Bernard Shaw: An Appreciation Of a Fighting Idealist 205
  • St. Pathrick's Day In the Morning. 212
  • The Flutter of Flags: A Healthy Pride 220
  • The Power of Laughter: Weapon Against Evil 226
  • Come to the Fair 233
  • Windfalls: Four Short Stories 251
  • I Wanna Woman 253
  • The Star-Jazzer 276
  • The Job 287
  • A Fall in a Gentle Wind 296
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