The Well of the Saints: A Comedy in Three Acts

The Well of the Saints: A Comedy in Three Acts

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The Well of the Saints: A Comedy in Three Acts

The Well of the Saints: A Comedy in Three Acts

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Roadside with big stones, etc., on the right; low loose wall at back with gap near centre; at left, ruined doorway of church with bushes beside it. Martin Doul and Mary Doul grope in on left and pass over to stones on right, where they sit .

MARY DOUL. What place are we now, Martin Doul?

MARTIN DOUL. Passing the gap.

MARY DOUL -- raising her head . -- The length of that! Well, the sun's getting warm this day if it's late autumn itself.

MARTIN DOUL -- putting out his hands in sun . -- What way wouldn't it be warm and it getting high up in the south? You were that length plaiting your yellow hair you have the morning lost on us, and the people are after passing to the fair of Clash.

MARY DOUL. It isn't going to the fair, the time they do be driving their cattle and they with a litter of pigs maybe squealing in their carts, they'd give us a thing at all. ( She . . .

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