Synopsis

The Lady in the Glass by Robert Herrick

Paul Kuritz from Robert Herrick

Published by Cyberpress

6 Male 5 Female

In 1907 New York City, Dr. Chord treats Margaret Elston for more than her medical condition, using unconventional methods

The Lady in The Glass has only existed in fragments, hand-written notes, and typed pages

Until now

The Lady in the Glass by Robert Herrick (1907) is now the only available play by the great American turn-of the-century novelist, revealing his unconventional and unpopular views on medicine, high society, women, and social-climbing

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