Darling of Misfortune: Edwin Booth: 1833-1893

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page *
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • I - Prologue 3
  • II - A Tragedian is Born 10
  • III - A Tragedian Begins 27
  • IV - The Young Man Goes West 49
  • V - "Hope of the Living Drama" 70
  • VI - The Search for Art 98
  • VII - The End of Youth 113
  • VIII - A Hundred Nights of Hamlet 128
  • IX - "Wretched and Unworthy Brother" 146
  • X - Return from Exile 164
  • XI - "Very Big Puddle" 178
  • XII - "Worthiest Temple Of Dramatic Art" 196
  • XIII - "This Stupendous Fizzle" 214
  • XIV - Ducats--And a Destructive Critic 229
  • XV- Mr. Booth Arranges 240
  • XVI - His British Luck--And Henry Irving 258
  • XVII - Death and Wrangling 274
  • XVII - Triumph in Germany 282
  • XIX - Edwin Booth And Lawrence Barrett 294
  • XX - The Players and After 311
  • XXI - The Sands Run Out 323
  • XXII - Epilogue 332
  • Index 347
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