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Granville-Barker

[ gran-vil-bahr-ker ]

noun

  1. Harley, 1877–1946, English dramatist, actor, and critic.


Granville-Barker

/ ˈɡrænvɪlˈbɑːkə /

noun

  1. Granville-BarkerHarley18771946MEnglishTHEATRE: dramatistTHEATRE: theatre directorWRITING: critic Harley. 1877–1946, English dramatist, theatre director, and critic, noted particularly for his Prefaces to Shakespeare (1927–47)


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Mr. Granville Barker has tried to tell the whole history of a family, and he interests us in every member of that family.

Don't hurry her into what one of those English play-writing chaps calls—Granville Barker, isn't it?

Among the playwrights of to-day, I should call Mr. Granville Barker above all things a psychologist.

You see, we went to the Garrick for the Granville Barker show.

I am not sure that Mr. Granville Barker's faithful followers are being quite kindly entreated by him.

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