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Harley Granville Barker

Harvey Granville-Barker did more than anyone else to change the theater of his day. In 1899 he joined the committee to campaign for a National Theatre and directed plays including Galsworthy's Strife and translated Arthur Schnitzler's Anatol. He set up the Court Theatre and was a champion of the work of Bernard Shaw. He died in 1946.

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