Who is Maxwell Anderson?

  • (noun): United States dramatist (1888-1959).
    Synonyms: Anderson

Maxwell Anderson

James Maxwell Anderson (15 December 1888 – 28 February 1959) was an American playwright, author, poet, journalist and lyricist.

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Laurence Stallings - Works
... Three American Plays, by Stallings and Maxwell Anderson (includes What Price Glory, First Flight, and The Buccaneer.), 1926 The First World War--A Photographic ... Theatre Productions What Price Glory, by Stallings and Maxwell Anderson, New York, Plymouth Theatre, 5 September 1924 ... First Flight, by Stallings and Anderson, New York, Plymouth Theatre, 17 September 1925 ...

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    The replacements are all like that. Not even old enough to carry a pack. All they know how to do is die.
    Maxwell Anderson (1888–1959)

    I am willing, for a money consideration, to test this physical strength, this nervous force, and muscular power with which I’ve been gifted, to show that they will bear a certain strain. If I break down, if my brain gives way under want of sleep, my heart ceases to respond to the calls made on my circulatory system, or the surcharged veins of my extremities burst—if, in short, I fall helpless, or it may be, dead on the track, then I lose my money.
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    Poopsie, you’re just an eight-ball with hips.
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