CARLO GOLDONI


THREE COMEDIES
MINE HOSTESS La Locandiera THE BOORS I Rusteghi THE FAN Il Ventaglio

LONDON OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS NEW YORK - TORONTO 1961

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • A Note on Carlo Goldoni And His Comedies vii
  • Mine Hostess (la Locandiera) - A Comedy in Three Acts 1
  • Scene 2 5
  • Scene 4 7
  • Scene 6 9
  • Scene 7 11
  • Scene 9 14
  • Scene 10 15
  • Scene 11 17
  • Scene 13 17
  • Scene 14 18
  • Scene 16 20
  • Scene 17 26
  • Scene 19 26
  • Scene 20 29
  • Scene 22 35
  • Act Two 40
  • Scene 3 41
  • Scene 4 42
  • Scene 5 49
  • Scene 7 54
  • Scene 9 - The Knight and the Servant. 54
  • Scene 10 55
  • Scene 11 56
  • Scene 12 59
  • Scene 13 60
  • Scene 14 61
  • Scene 15 64
  • Scene 16 65
  • Scene 17 67
  • Scene 19 68
  • Act Three 70
  • Scene 3 73
  • Scene 5 74
  • Scene 6 76
  • Scene 7 80
  • Scene 9 80
  • Scene 10 82
  • Scene 12 84
  • Scene 13 85
  • Scene 15 91
  • Scene 17 91
  • Scene 18 93
  • Scene 19 96
  • Last Scene 99
  • The Boors (i Rusteghi) - A Comedy in Three Acts 103
  • Scene 2 109
  • Scene 4 113
  • Scene 5 115
  • Scene 6 116
  • Scene 7 119
  • Scene 8 124
  • Scene 10 125
  • Act Two 135
  • Scene 3 140
  • Scene 5 143
  • Scene 7 150
  • Scene 10 161
  • Scene 11 162
  • Scene 12 166
  • Scene 14 169
  • Act Three 172
  • Scene 2 176
  • Last Scene 185
  • The Fan (il Ventaglio) - A Comedy in Three Acts 191
  • Scene 3 198
  • Scene 4 203
  • Act Two 216
  • Scene 2 217
  • Scene 4 220
  • Scene 5 224
  • Scene 7 232
  • Scene 8 233
  • Scene 10 234
  • Scene 11 235
  • Scene 12 236
  • Scene 13 243
  • Scene 15 247
  • Scene 16 248
  • Act Three 251
  • Scene 2 254
  • Scene 5 264
  • Scene 7 265
  • Scene 8 268
  • Scene 9 270
  • Scene 10 276
  • Scene II 278
  • Scene 12 281
  • Scene 14 286
  • Last Scene 287
  • Bibliographical Note 291
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