The Reconciliation; (A Play in Three Acts)

The Reconciliation; (A Play in Three Acts)

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ... ago, and that makes you all the more disgusting to me now. Robert.--That's a fact. Sentimental act. I'm of the opinion (WILHELM starts for the side room again). Frau Scholz (stopping him again).--Oh Lordolordolord, child, why must you? The second stanza is finished. Wilhelm.--Because the whole gang of you aren't worth it. Robert (stepping close to WILHELM, with a defiant, significant look in his eyes).--But perhaps you are? Frau Seholz.--Oh, my Lord, you must stop it! (The third stanza begins.) The glad shepherd children With faces so brown, Bring milk, butter, honey, To Bethlehem town; A heaping fruit basket All glowing and red, A shining white lambkin With flower-crowned head. Wilhelm.--They must stop! Frau Scholz (holding him again).--My boy! Wilhelm.--It is simply too shameful for words. It's blasphemy! It's a crime against those two, for us to listen to them. I--I swear it makes me blush with shame for the bunch ofyou! fluguste (piqued).--Well, now, I guess we're not so much wickeder and more contemptible than everybody else, after all. Wilhelm.--Auguste! It turns my stomach to think of it! xIuguste.--All right, very well, I see you've broken out again, just the same as ever. You've got something to complain of about your sister at every crook and corner. Now this isn't right, and now that isn't right. But Fraulein Ida Wilhelm (beside himself, interrupting her).--Don't speak that name a ain! g Auguste.--Well now, I guess I can speak about Ida Wilhelm.--Leave that name alone, I tell you! Angus-te.--Have you gone raving mad? I guess I can. I tell you she's no angel from heaven, either. Wilhelm (shrieking).--Be still, I tell you! /fuguste (turning her back to...show more

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  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 77g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236924126
  • 9781236924124