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Stone walls do not

Source: Samuel Roth, Stone walls do not: the chronicle of a captivity (New York: William Faro, 1930), volume 2, pp. 297-298 Text: To-night we had the second entertainment of the season, a cinema show in the dining-room. Last week it … Continue reading

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The Heart of a Soldier

Source: Lauchlan MacLean Watt, The Heart of a Soldier (New York: George H. Doran Company, 1918), pp. 78-79 Text: There are constant opportunities for the artist amongst our men, if only the artist were there to catch the play of … Continue reading

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There’s No Place Like Home

Source: Dorothy Richardson, ‘Continuous Performance V: There’s No Place Like Home’, Close Up vol. I no. 5, November 1927, pp. 44-47 Text: Short of undertaking pilgrimages we remain in ignorance of new films until they become cheap classics. Not completely … Continue reading

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There's No Place Like Home

Source: Dorothy Richardson, ‘Continuous Performance V: There’s No Place Like Home’, Close Up vol. I no. 5, November 1927, pp. 44-47 Text: Short of undertaking pilgrimages we remain in ignorance of new films until they become cheap classics. Not completely … Continue reading

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Some Picture Show Audiences

‘They were permitted to drink deep of oblivion of all the trouble of the world’. The illustration by Wladyslaw T. Benda (and its caption) accompanied Mary Heaton Vorse’s original article for Outlook magazine Source: Mary Heaton Vorse, ‘Some Picture Show … Continue reading

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