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Quotation by Mary Roberts Rinehart
... there is something shameful about the death of a play. It does not die with pity, but contempt.
Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876–1958), U.S. novelist. My Story, ch. 23 (1931).
The immensely popular novelist was recalling the failure of her play, Cheer Up.
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