The Complete Plays of Gilbert and Sullivan

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THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF GILBERT and SULLIVAN

BENNETT A. CERF · DONALD S. KLOPFER

THE MODERN LIBRARY NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents v
  • Chronological Tables vii
  • Thespis Or The Gods Grown Old 1
  • Act II 3
  • Trial by Jury 41
  • The Sorcerer 59
  • Act I 61
  • H.M.S. Pinafore Or The Lass That Loved a Sailor 99
  • Act I 101
  • The Pirates of Penzance Or The Slave of Duty 139
  • Act I 141
  • Patience Or Bunthorne's Bride 183
  • Act I 185
  • Iolanthe Or The Peer and the Peri 235
  • Act I 237
  • Princess Ida Or Castle Adamant 289
  • Act I 291
  • Act III 330
  • The Mikado Or The Town of Titipu 343
  • Act I 372
  • Ruddigore Or The Witch's Curse 401
  • Act I 403
  • Act II 436
  • The Yeomen of the Guard Or The Merryman and His Maid 459
  • Act I 461
  • Act II 492
  • The Gondoliers Or The King of Barataria 519
  • Act I 521
  • Act II 554
  • Utopia, Limited Or The Flowers of Progress 583
  • Act I 585
  • The Grand Duke Or The Statutory Duel 647
  • Act I 649
  • Act II 687
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