Louis Kronenberger (December 9, 1904 – April 30, 1980) was an American critic and author. He was a novelist and biographer, and wrote extensively on drama and the 18th century.
He studied at the University of Cincinnati from 1921. In 1924 he went to New York, working on the New York Times, then in publishing and on Fortune.
He was a drama critic for Time Magazine from 1938 to... more »
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''London ... remains a man's city where New York is chiefly a woman's. London has whole streets that cater to men's wants. It has its great solid phalanx of fortress clubs.''Louis Kronenberger (1904-1980), U.S. critic, editor. "Some Notes on New York," The Cart and the Horse, Knopf (1964).
''The trouble with our age is that it is all signpost and no destination.''Louis Kronenberger (1904-1980), U.S. critic, editor, author. "The Spirit of the Age," Company Manners (1954).