- (1882-1958)American drama critic. Born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, he studied at Cornell University and the University of Bologne. He was initially a reporter on the New York Herald. From 1914—23 he co-edited the Smart Set and in 1924 helped found the American Mercury.
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