Where There's a Will (Le Système Ribadier)

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Oberon Books, 2003 - Drama - 108 pages
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Angele has learned from her first husband that no man can be trusted when it comes to other women. This goes for Ribadier, her current husband, too. He may be a high-principled politician, but Ribadier believes it's no less than his right to enjoy a little extra-marital fun. When an old school-friend turns up, Ribadier promises to tutor him in the tricks which will lead him to his heart's desire. What he doesn't know is that his friend's heart's desire is his own wife, Angele.

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Contents

Section 1
6
Section 2
7
Section 3
41
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About the author (2003)

George Feydeau (1862-1921) was a French dramatist remembered for his farces, mostly on the traditional themes of adultery, mistaken identity, and misunderstanding. He is widely regarded as a master of plot and dialogue. The best known of his nearly forty plays are perhaps "L'H tel du libre change, La Dame de chez Maxim", and "Puce l'oreille".

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