Charles Dudley Warner


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Noun1.Charles Dudley Warner - United States filmmaker who with his brothers founded the movie studio that produced the first talking picture (1881-1958)Charles Dudley Warner - United States filmmaker who with his brothers founded the movie studio that produced the first talking picture (1881-1958)
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It was Charles Dudley Warner, not his friend Mark Twain, who observed that everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.
As we all know, that one originated with his friend, neighbor, and collaborator Charles Dudley Warner.
The greed and corruption of that era were satirized in 1873 by Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner in their book "The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today.
Charles Dudley Warner, Twain's co-author of The Gilded Age (1874), openly contributed.
Charles Dudley Warner, Anna Sewell, Thomas Carlyle, Anon.
Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner made this the unmistakable point of the first modern American political novel--and certainly the only one to supply the name of an actual political epoch--The Gilded Age.
Everyone talks about the weather but nobody does anything about it," wrote 19th century essayist Charles Dudley Warner.
Hence in her discussion of Charles Dudley Warner and Mark Twain's The Gilded Age, narrative provides a transparent example of a cultural "fear": "I want to discuss the novel briefly to illustrate a widespread fear among Americans that the juridical use of sentimentality posed a profound threat to justice, law and society" (86).
The origins of modernism are often traced to the Gilded Age - a term derived in 1873 from a novel by Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner.