Plays of the 47 Workshop; Three Pills in a Bottle, by Rachel Lyman Field the Good Men Do, by Hubert Osborne Two Crooks and a Lady, by Eugene Pillot

Plays of the 47 Workshop; Three Pills in a Bottle, by Rachel Lyman Field the Good Men Do, by Hubert Osborne Two Crooks and a Lady, by Eugene Pillot

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ...Thinking The players here--his best suit put out as if to wear--the cupboard put in order--a new play begun--! Realizing what had been in Shakespeare's mind Judith, father was planning to return to London and the theater! Judith. Yes, so it would seem. Susanna. After all we 'd done to make him happy here! Bitterly Had he not besmirched our name enough already without returning to that sinful life! With determination Well, 't is o'er; the future rests with us. Judith. Perhaps 't is best the end came when it did. Susanna. Yes, God was kind--to him--and us! Anne Hathaway enters from the hall. She is a woman of sixty. Anne. Daughters! Susanna surprised at seeing her Mother! Anne. Aye, Sue; draw me a chair by the fire. 'T was a long walk from my cottage and I am cold and tired. Susanna taking a chair from the table and placing it before the fire Come, rest a while. Anne sitting That's the good child. To Judith Well, girl, have you naught to say to your mother? Judith. You--here! Anne. And why not? Judith. But--father--Anne. Aye, " father." You always favored him and took his part against me! Judith. Dear mother! Anne. Nay, Judy, 't will do no good to speak. I know how quick you were to leave me and go to your father when he came back here to live in Stratford. Judith. But he was all alone. Anne. 'T was well you married and got rid of his bad counselings or you 'd have got like him! Judith. Mother, he did not hate you. Anne. Ah, do not talk to me. I know the man he was! The Nurse reenters. Nurse seeing Anne, surprised Mistress Hathaway! Anne. " Hathaway "--nay, Mistress Shakespeare! He may have denied me his name as his wife, but he can't stop me enjoying my rights as his widow. Judith. Mother, please! Anne. Nurse, prepare the best room for me! The...show more

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  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 73g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236666674
  • 9781236666673