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Stark Young

Stark YoungBorn: 11-Oct-1881
Birthplace: Como, MS
Died: 6-Jan-1963
Location of death: Fairfield, CT
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Friendship Cemetery, Como, MS

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Critic, Author

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: So Red the Rose

Father: Alfred Alexander Young
Mother: Mary Clark Starks (d. 1890)
Sister: Julia (b. 1890)

    University: BA, University of Mississippi (1901)
    University: MA English, Columbia University (1902)

    The New Republic Editorial Board, Critic (1925-47)
    The New York Times Drama Critic (1924-25)

Author of books:
The Blind Man at the Window and Other Poems (1906, poetry)
Guenevere: A Play in Five Acts (1906, drama)
Addio, Madretto, and Other Plays (1912, drama)
Three One Act Plays: Madretto, At the Shrine, Addie (1921, drama)
The Three Fountains (1924)
The Colonnade (1924, drama)
The Saint: A Play in Four Acts (1925, drama)
Sweet Times and the Blue Policeman (1925, drama)
Encaustics (1926)
Theatre Practice (1926)
Heaven Trees (1926)
The Theatre (1927)
The Torches Flare (1928)
River House (1929)
So Red the Rose (1934, novel)
Feliciana (1935)
The Street of the Islands (1939)
Immortal Shadows: A Book of Dramatic Criticism (1948)
The Pavilion (1951, memoir)

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