Criticism and Journalism

Brustein, Robert
January 1961
New Republic;1/23/61, Vol. 144 Issue 4, p22
Presents a criticism of theatre in the U.S. Speculation about competence of a drama critic; Relationship between a critic and pseudo-art; Role of a journalist in propagating the importance of theater; Appeal of the author for a genuine and serious criticism from journalists of theater; Confession of the author that he does not write to arbitrate the readers' theater-going activities.


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