Montrose J. Moses

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Montrose Jonas Moses

Montrose Jonas Moses (1878–September 2, 1934) was an American author, born in New York, where he graduated from the City College in 1899. In the main, his compositions were directed towards children's literature, however, he composed some books for adults, as well. Between 1900 and 1910 he was connected editorially with, or was a contributor to, various periodicals: the Literary Digest, the Reader, the Independent, the Book News Monthly. Besides editing the Green Room Book and the Anglo-American Dramatic Register and making some translations from the French, he wrote: Famous Actor Families in America (1906); Children's Books and Reading (1907); Henrik Ibsen (1908); The Literature of the South (1909); The American Dramatist (1911); Maurice Maeterlinck: A Study (1911). He edited Representative Plays by American Dramatists: 1856-1911 (1920).

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Representative Plays By American Dramatists, 1856

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