People: Sep. 16, 1929

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

Maurice Maeterlinck, 67, Belgian poet, explained to the Revue Beige why he has lived in France most of his life: "If I had remained in Belgium, I should have become a 'miserable macrobite' among the small bourgeois who surrounded me. Belgium professed, at the time when I lived there, a deep hatred of letters. Men who had talent found themselves up against things unless they gave up their art. It was only toward 1880 that...

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