Theatre: New Play in Manhattan: Dec. 31, 1928

The Kingdom of God. "Mr. Heywood Broun . . . observed of the performance . . . that I had given the impression, in the most poignant moment of the drama, of a barge woman. What is the explanation of it all? I don't know. After looking into my own mind, I have sometimes wondered if perhaps the accusations might not be laid to the critic himself. . . .

"They say that any success I've had is just due to my personality. . . . It's always my personality—not my art. . . ....

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