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But he was perpetually in poverty in the most creative stageof his career. But for an English dramatist, Alfred Sutro, a man of wealth as well as talent, he and his wife would have starved. " Harold Hobson, French Theater Since 1830 (London: John Calder, 1978), pp. 96-97. 21. Celebrities and Simple Souls, p. 36. Page 20 3 The Chili Widow, Maeterlinck, and the Critic of the Times Maurice Maeterlinck is one of the fallen giants. "1 In the winter of 1894-95, when Alfred met him, Maeterlinck had already achieved some degree of fameeven of notorietyin France, in his native Belgium, and in England as well.

Celebrities and Simple Souls, p. 11. In a 1911 interview he referred to himself as "in possession of a modest competency" that enabled him to devote himself entirely to literature and drama. [John Wightman], "Mr. , No. 27, p. 96. If he told his interviewer about the romance of his renunciation of the City, it did not find its way into the article. 14. Celebrities and Simple Souls, p. 82. " The Yellow Book was first published in 1894. For the meeting with Frampton see Celebrities and Simple Souls, p.

195. 11. Celebrities and Simple Souls, pp. 11-12. 12. Communication from Winton Dean. 13. Celebrities and Simple Souls, p. 11. In a 1911 interview he referred to himself as "in possession of a modest competency" that enabled him to devote himself entirely to literature and drama. [John Wightman], "Mr. , No. 27, p. 96. If he told his interviewer about the romance of his renunciation of the City, it did not find its way into the article. 14. Celebrities and Simple Souls, p. 82. " The Yellow Book was first published in 1894.

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