Browning, Macready and Forster III: A Blot on the ’Scutcheon

  • William Charles Macready


1843 January 31. Went to Drury Lane theatre. Found Browning waiting for me in a state of great excitement. He abused the doorkeeper and was in a very great passion. I calmly apologized for having detained him, observing that I had made a great effort to meet him at all. He had not given his name to the doorkeeper, who had told him he might walk into the green-room; but his dignity was mortally wounded. I fear he is a very conceited man.


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  • William Charles Macready

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