By Lewis Sawin
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If he told his interviewer about the romance of his renunciation of the City, it did not find its way into the article. 14. Celebrities and Simple Souls, p. 82. " The Yellow Book was first published in 1894. For the meeting with Frampton see Celebrities and Simple Souls, p. A. in 1894. For Hatton see Celebrities and Simple Souls, p. 59. 15. Letter to author from the National Liberal Club. 16. Celebrities and Simple Souls, p. 12. 17. Celebrities and Simple Souls, pp. 59-60. Sir Charles Wyndham was an actor-manager; Wyndham's Theatre was named for him.
Until this point, the visible output of Alfred Sutro had been translations and adaptations. What, if anything, was he doing that could be called original? It is impossible to say whether any of the plays and stories that appeared after the turn of the century originated at this time, although it is likely. Meanwhile, Alfred's associations with the world of art and letters continued to expand. Sometime during the winter of 189596, Lugné-Poë introduced Alfred and Essie to the painter Vuillard, then a "struggling artist," who in turn introduced them to the work of Vincent Van Gogh.
As detailed, for example, in Colin Holmes, Anti-Semitism in British Society 1876-1939 (New York: Holmes & Meier, 1979), and Gisela C. Lebzelter, Political Anti-Semitism in England 1918-1939 (New York: Holmes & Meier, 1978). 25. Celebrities and Simple Souls, p. 223. 26. Celebrities and Simple Souls, pp. 134-35. 27. Unpublished letter, Sutro to Zangwill. 28. See Lebzelter, p. 20, and frequent references in Holmes, pp. 70-148 passim. 29. Karl Beckson, Arthur Symons: A Life (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1987), p.
Alfred Sutro: a man with a heart by Lewis Sawin