Miss CLEMENCE DANE
MISS CLEMENCE DANE returns today to her monthly novel-reviews after an absence of three months. She is a fairly recent acquisition to the critical staff of the B.B.C. She first broadcast last spring, when she contributed two instalments to that very popular detective ' serial ' ' The Scoop ' ; then in April she road the narrative passages in the microphone production of her play Will Shakespeare , and in May she started these reviews. Art student, actress, novelist and playwright, she has had a varied career. Her best-known works are ' Legend,' 'Wandering Stars,' 'Regiment of Women,' ' First the Blade,' ' Enter Sir John' (novels), A Bill of Divorcement, Will Shakespeare , Naboth's Vineyard, and Granite (plays).
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