Come, we have just proposed another drink; you join of course; ye niver says no,—eh, Duse?
And as to the Theatre—well, if it isn't a success, the Duse is in it!
Each one of us reveals his temperamental bias in the upholding of Bernhardt's or Duse's or Modjeska's respective readings.
To have had the opportunity of studying such a sublime, unhappy soul as is Duse's!
Name every fault to which the art of the actor is liable, and you will have named every fault which is lacking in Duse.
There have only been two faces on the stage in my time—his and Duse's.
As it happened, there was a scant attendance at the tea on this day of Duse's visit.
But it is as the real woman, a particular woman, that Duse triumphs most.
And Duse seems to acquire a new subtlety, as she speaks at last words in themselves worthy of her speaking.
Having cleared away all that is not wanted, Duse begins to create.