Gilbert Seldes

Gilbert Seldes in 1932
Seldes in 1932

Gilbert Vivian Seldes (January 3, 1893 – September 29, 1970) was an American writer and critic. His most famous work is The Stammering Century.1

Works

Books

  • The United States and the War (1917)
  • The Seven Lively Arts (1924)
  • The Square Emerald (1928) under pseudonym Foster Johns
  • The Stammering Century (1928)
  • The Victory Murders (1928) under pseudonym Foster Johns
  • An Hour with the Movies and the Talkies (1929)
  • The Movies and the Talkies (1929)
  • The Wings of the Eagle (1929)
  • Back from Utopia (1929)
  • The Future of Drinking (1930)
  • Against Revolution (1932)
  • The Years of the Locust (1933)
  • Mainland (1936)
  • Movies for the Millions (1937)
  • The Movies Come from America (1937)
  • Your Money and Your Life (1938)
  • Proclaim Liberty! (1942)
  • The Portable Ring Lardner (1946)
  • The Great Audience (1950)
  • Writing for Television (1952)
  • The Public Arts (1956)
  • The Seven Lively Arts (1957) second edition
  • The New Mass Media (1957)
  • As in My Time (1958)

Plays

  • The Wisecrackers (1925)
  • Love of Three Oranges (1925)
  • Lysistrata (A Modern Version) (1932)
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1936)
  • Swinging the Dream (1939)

See also

External Links

References

1. “Gilbert Seldes.” Wikipedia. Accessed July 29, 2020.

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