Taking the Curtain Call: The Life and Letters of Henry Arthur Jones

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INDEX
ABRUZZI, DUKE OF THE, 201
Albery, Mrs. I. J. (née Gertrude Jones), 21, 26, 162, 183, 184, 340, 354
Albery, Jessica, 341
Albery, Michael, 355
Albery, Peter, 341
Alexander, Lady, 326
Alexander, Sir George, 124, 160
in The Masqueraders, 129
in The Triumph of the Philistines, 138, 139
produces The Ogre, 224
quarrel with Mrs. Patrick Campbell, 130
Alexandra, Queen, 129
Alington, Dr. C. A., xiv, 282
Allen, Percy, 291, 326, 327
Allen, Viola, 149
Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence, 77
America, H. A. J.'s popularity in, 201
H. A. J.'s visits to, 73, 87, 194, 197, 225
stage rights in, 50, 68
Anglin, Margaret, 150, 177, 224, 225
Archer, William, 71, 103, 120, 139, 169, 172, 218
Arms and the Man, 112, 126, 127, 128
Arnold, Matthew, 33, 37, 51, 69, 160
criticism of Chatterton, 62, 63
" "Saints and Sinners, 67
" "The Silver King, 37, 38
letters from, 38, 63, 67
Arnold, Mr., of the St. James's Theatre, 259, 310
Ashwell, Lena, 155, 177, 184
Austen, Jane, 202, 333
Bab, 367
Bainbridge, Dr. W. Seaman, 17
Baker, Professor George P., 199, 355
Balfour, Lord, 129
Bancroft, Sir Squire, 44
Barker, Granville, 172, 178
Barrett, George, 13
Barrett, Wilson, 12
acts in Chatterton, 62
collaborates in Hoodman Blind and The Lord Harry, 69
collaboration with H. A. J. ends, 71
letters accepting A Clerical Error, 30
letters re authorship of The Silver King, 44, 45
produces Round the Corner, 28
produces The Silver King, 37
Barrie, Sir James, xiv, 221, 236, 305, 343, 344, 356
Barrymore, John, 311, 312
Bateman, Miss, 10, 31
Bauble Shop, The, 102, 103, 104, 105, 138, 368
Baylis, Miss, 331
Beck, James, 235
Bed of Roses, 365
Beerbohm, Max, caricatures of H. A. J. by, 20
friendship with H. A. J., 88, 108
last visit to H. A. J., 353
letter to the author, vii
marriage of, 216
on dispute re authorship of The Silver King, 48
on Dolly Reforming Herself, 141, 215
on his own work, 107
on The Chevaleer, 192
on The Divine Gift, 233
on the General Strike, 321
on The Heroic Stubbs, 197
on The Hypocrites, 205
on The Knife, 218
on The Manæuvres of Jane, 169
Bell, Moberly, 189
Bennett, Arnold, 309
Bennett, Richard, 197
Bermuda, H. A. J. visits, 253
Bernhardt, Sarah, 330
Bessborough, 103, 104
Bishop, George, 356
Bjornson, Bjornson, 217
Blackmailing Jenny, 183
Bloom, Leslie, 55

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • A Letter vii
  • Introduction xi
  • Contents xv
  • List of Illustrations xix
  • Part I- Early Life 1851-1882 1
  • Chapter I 3
  • Chapter II 8
  • Chapter III 18
  • Chapter IV 26
  • Part II- Success 1882-1902 35
  • Chapter V 37
  • Chapter VI 51
  • Chapter VII 73
  • Chapter VIII 96
  • Chapter IX 132
  • Chapter X 150
  • Chapter XI 165
  • Part III- Later Years 1902-1929 181
  • Chapter XII 183
  • Chapter XIII 194
  • Chapter XIV 213
  • Chapter XVI 261
  • Chapter XVII 292
  • Chapter XVIII 320
  • Chapter XIX 337
  • Chapter XX 353
  • Appendix A- The Plays of Henry Arthur Jones 363
  • Appendix B- Writings and Speeches of Henry Arthur Jones 377
  • Appendix C Dramatic Technique Revealed by Dramatists 385
  • Index 391
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