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George Jean Nathan

Author Code: AGJN

Born: Feb. 14, 1882 - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA

Died: Apr. 8, 1958 - New York City, New York, USA

Educated at Cornell University, Nathan received his degree in 1904. While at school, he was an editor of the university paper and a member of the Quill and Dagger Society. He became friends with many literary figures including Theodore Drieser. At school Nathan was also an excellent fencer. After graduation, Nathan worked as a cub reporter at the New York Herald. in 1906, he became a reviewer and he settled into a life-long bachelor life at the Royalton Hotelfor the next 45 years. In 1908, he joined The S|mart Setas its dramatic critic. There he met and befriended H.L. Mencken. In 1914, the pair became joint editors. Over the next 20 years, Nathan built a reputation as a jhard-nosed, but fair, critic of drama. He was also the champion of Eugene O'Neill. Nathan wrote over 40 books, almost all of which were collections of his criticism. In 1956, hemarried Julie Haydon after a fourteen years affair. He died two years later. His works include The Theatre, the Drama, the Girls (1921), The Critic and the Drama (1922), The Autobiography of An Attitude (1925) and The Intimate Notebooks of George Jean Nathan (1932).

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