A Marriage Below Zero
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“ALAN DALE” was the pen name of Alfred J. Cohen, novelist, playwright, and the controversial drama critic for Hearst newspapers. Born in Birmingham, England in 1861, Dale immigrated to the U.S. to pursue a career in journalism. In the 1890s, he pioneered the “flippant school” of theatrical journalism, becoming the most feared and famous critic in America. His numerous novels include Jonathan’s Home (1885), An Eerie He and She (1890), A Moral Busybody (1894), and A Girl Who Wrote (1902). He died in 1928.