Representative Continental Dramas: Revolutionary and Transitional

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REPRESENTATIVE CONTINENTAL DRAMAS

REVOLUTIONARY AND TRANSITIONAL

EDITED, WITH INTRODUCTIONS

BY MONTROSE J. MOSES

BOSTON LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY 1924

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • The Wild Duck (1884) 3
  • ACT I 11
  • ACT II 20
  • ACT III 29
  • ACT III 40
  • ACT III 50
  • The Lonely Way (1903) 59
  • ACT I 65
  • ACT IV 91
  • ACT IV 98
  • The Fires of St. John (1900) 103
  • ACT I 111
  • ACT II 119
  • ACT II 127
  • ACT IV 136
  • The Sunken Bell a Fairy Play in Five Acts 143
  • ACT II 157
  • ACT II 166
  • ACT II 174
  • ACT V 183
  • The Sea-Gull (1896) 191
  • ACT I 199
  • ACT II 207
  • ACT II 213
  • ACT II 218
  • The Life of Man (1906) 227
  • PROLOGUE SOMEONE IN GRAY CALLED HE, SPEAKING OF THE LIFE OF MAN 237
  • ACT II 242
  • ACT II 249
  • ACT II 253
  • The Daughter of Jorio (1904) 265
  • ACT I 275
  • ACT II 290
  • ACT II 306
  • Like Falling Leaves (1900) 319
  • ACT I 325
  • ACT II 335
  • ACT II 346
  • ACT II 356
  • The World and His Wife (el Gran Galeoto) (1908) 361
  • ACT I 369
  • ACT II 380
  • The Bonds of Interest Comedy in a Prologue and Three Acts 401
  • PROLOGUE 405
  • ACT I 406
  • ACT II 412
  • ACT II 421
  • CYRANO DE BERGERAC (1897) 435
  • ACT I 443
  • ACT III ROXANE'S KISS 470
  • ACT III ROXANE'S KISS 481
  • ACT III ROXANE'S KISS 494
  • The Vultures (1882) 503
  • ACT I 511
  • ACT III 532
  • ACT III 545
  • Lovers (amants) (1895) a Comedy in Five Acts 555
  • ACT II 568
  • ACT II 575
  • ACT II 582
  • ACT II 584
  • Monna Vanna (1903) 591
  • TRANSLATOR'S NOTE 597
  • ACT I 599
  • ACT II PRINZIVALLE'S Tent 607
  • ACT II PRINZIVALLE'S Tent 618
  • The Dawn (1898) 627
  • ACT I 637
  • Bibliography 667
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