Fifty Contemporary One-Act Plays

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FIFTY CONTEMPORARY ONE-ACT PLAYS

SELECTED AND EDITED BY RANK SHAY AND PIERRE LOVING

CINCINNATI STEWART & KIDD COMPANY PUBLISHERS

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Fifty Contemporary One-Act Plays
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction v
  • Contents vii
  • Madonna Dianora - A Play in Verse 1
  • Literature - A Comedy 13
  • The Intruder - A Play 27
  • Interlude 39
  • Monsieur Lamblin - A Comedy 45
  • Francoise' Luck A Comedy 53
  • Altruism - A Satire 67
  • The Tenor - A Comedy 77
  • A Good Woman - A Farce 89
  • The LIttle Stone House - A Play 99
  • Mary's Wedding - A Play 111
  • The Baby Carriage - A Play 119
  • The Pierrot of the Minute - A Dramatic Fantasy 133
  • The Subjection of Kezia - A Play 145
  • The Constant Lover - A Comedy of Youth 155
  • The Judgment of Indra - A Play 165
  • The Workhouse Ward - A Play 173
  • Louise - A Play 181
  • The Grandmother - A Play 191
  • The Rights of the Soul - A Play 201
  • Love of One's Neighbor - A Comedy 213
  • The Boor - A Comedy 227
  • His Widow's Husband - A Comedy 237
  • A Sunny Morning A Comedy 253
  • The Creditor - A Play 261
  • The Creditor - A Play 263
  • Scenic II. 273
  • Scene IIi. 280
  • Scene IV. 283
  • Scene V 284
  • Scene VI. 286
  • Scene VIi. 286
  • Scene VIii. 287
  • Autumn Fires - A Comedy 289
  • Brothers - A Sardonic Comedy 303
  • In the Morgue - A Play 313
  • A Death in Fever Flat - A Play 319
  • The Slave with Two Faces - An Allegory 329
  • The Slump - A Play 337
  • Mansions - A Play 349
  • Trifles - A Play 361
  • The Pot Boiler - A Satire 371
  • Enter the Hero - A Comedy 383
  • The Shepherd in the Distance - A Pantomime 395
  • The Shepherd in the Distance - A Pantomime 400
  • Scene IV. 403
  • Boccaccio's Untold Tale - A Play 407
  • Another Way Out - A Comedy 419
  • Aria Da Capo - A Play 431
  • Helena's Husband - An Historical Comedy 443
  • The Shadowed Star 455
  • Ile - A Play 465
  • The Nursery Maid of Heaven - A Miracle Play 477
  • Three Travelers Watch A Sunrise - A Play 493
  • Sham - A Social Satire 501
  • The Medicine Show - A Comedy 511
  • For All Time - A Play 517
  • The Finger of God - A Play 529
  • Night - A Play 537
  • Forgotten Souls - A Play 545
  • Bibliography Of the LIttle Theatre 553
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