Plays of Edmond Rostand - Vol. 2

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PLAYS OF
EDMOND ROSTAND

TRANSLATED BY
HENDERSON DAINGERFIELD NORMAN

ILLUSTRATED BY IVAN GLIDDEN

VOLUME TWO

NEW YORK
THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
1921
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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • List of Illustrations *
  • The Eaglet a Drama in Six Acts in Verse *
  • The Eaglet 1
  • Act I Fledgling Wings 3
  • Scene II 4
  • Scene III 9
  • Scene V 12
  • Scene VI 13
  • Scene VII 19
  • Scene IX 20
  • Scene X 27
  • Scene XI 33
  • Scene XII 37
  • Scene XIII 39
  • Scene XIV 44
  • Act II Fluttering Wings 50
  • Scene II 51
  • Scene III 56
  • Scene V 63
  • Scene VII 64
  • Scene VIII 67
  • Scene IX 69
  • Scene X 72
  • Scene XI 81
  • Scene XII 84
  • Act III Spreading Wings 85
  • Scene II 86
  • Scene III 89
  • Scene IV 94
  • Scene V 100
  • Scene VI 101
  • Scene VII 102
  • Scene VIII 104
  • Scene IX 113
  • Act IV 119
  • Scene II 124
  • Scene IV 125
  • Scene V 127
  • Scene VI 134
  • Scene VIII 135
  • Scene IX 139
  • Scene X 140
  • Scene XI 143
  • Scene XII 146
  • Scene XIII 152
  • Act V 163
  • Scene II 163
  • Scene III 166
  • Scene IV 173
  • Scene V 180
  • Act VI Folded Wings 190
  • Scene I 191
  • Scene III 193
  • Chanticleer a Play in Four Acts in Verse 205
  • Chanticleer 209
  • Prelude 211
  • Act I the Evening of the Pheasant Hen 215
  • Scene I 217
  • Scene II 220
  • Scene III 232
  • Scene V 232
  • Scene VI 244
  • Scene VII 247
  • Scene VIII 253
  • Act II the Morning of the Cock 261
  • Scene I 263
  • Scene IV 276
  • Scene V 292
  • Act III the Guinea's Day 299
  • Scene II 301
  • Scene III 308
  • Scene V 314
  • Scene VI 320
  • Act IV the Night of the Nightingale 339
  • Scene III 342
  • Scene IV 347
  • Scene V 354
  • Scene VII 363
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