Soon after the conclusion of the armistice, a new and apparently very successful dramatic experiment was attempted in Paris. A dramatist well known heretofore as a specialist in “amorous psychology,” M. Sacha Guitry, has had presented a play without a female character, a single-minded portrayal of a hero of humanity, Louis Pasteur;1 in the opinion of critics, at least, it is an entire success.
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