The Forest, a Drama in Four Acts

The Forest, a Drama in Four Acts

The Forest, a Drama in Four Acts

The Forest, a Drama in Four Acts

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ACT I

SCENE I. Bastaple's outer sanctum in the City of London. September 1898.

ACT II

SCENE I. Samway's Bungalow on the Albert Edward Nyanza. October.

SCENE II. A Native Hut on the West Bank of the Lualaba River. Christmas 1898.

SCENE III. The Same. Three days later.

ACT III.

SCENE I. Lockyer's Tent in the Forest, four marches from the Lualaba.

SCENE II. A clearing of the Forest, the following day.

ACT IV

SCENE I. Bastaple's outer sanctum. June 1899.

SCENE II. The Same. Four days later.

Note.--In this play none of the characters represent real persons, alive or dead. They are wholly imaginary. Nor are its history and geography entirely devoid of fancy.

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