The Lost Paradise: Drama in Three Acts (Google eBook)

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S. French, 1897 - 94 pages
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Page 32 - O wheels! Still, all day, the iron wheels go onward, Grinding life down from its mark; And the children's souls, which God is calling sunward, Spin on blindly in the dark.
Page 3 - Whereas, it is provided by section 13 of the Act of Congress of March 3, 1891, entitled, "An act to amend title sixty, chapter three, of the Revised Statutes of the United States, relating to copyrights...
Page 3 - If the unlawful performance and representation be wilful and for profit, such person or persons shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction, be imprisoned for a period not exceeding one year. Any injunction that may be granted upon hearing after notice to the defendant by any circuit court of the United States, or by a judge thereof, restraining and enjoining the performance or representation of any such dramatic or musical composition, may be served on the parties against whom such injunction...
Page 3 - States, or by a judge thereof, may be served on the parties against whom such injunction may be granted anywhere in the United States where...
Page 3 - That 35 section forty-nine hundred and sixty-six of the Revised Statutes be, and the same is hereby, amended so as to read as follows: "SEC. 4966. Any person publicly performing or representing any dramatic...
Page 93 - ... love-affairs, ranging from high tragedy to dialect comedy in their presentation. Some extracts from the text will best serve to illustrate this : . . . .WARNER [taking Margaret in his arms]. My love my wife! [Outside the snow has stopped, and the moonlight, breaking thro' the clouds, discloses the figure of NELL, her hands clasped and trembling, her eyes fixed upon WARNER and MARGARET. As she half shrinks back from the window, with a look of pain and tender longing, she stretches out her...
Page 88 - Amid all selfish arguments, there comes to my soul the voice of God, crying for mercy upon His poor. I heard it in the grinding of the machinery over at the factory. . I recognized it in the cries of these people for bread. And to-day I heard it again by the bedside of sickness, in the homes of wretchedness.
Page 93 - ... less than five distinct * The Lost Paradise, by Ludwig Fulda. (Adapted by Samuel French, Henry C. De Mille, New York, 1897). love-affairs, ranging from high tragedy to dialect comedy in their presentation. Some extracts from the text will best serve to illustrate this : . . . .WARNER [taking Margaret in his arms]. My love my wife! [Outside the snow has stopped, and the moonlight, breaking thro' the clouds, discloses the figure of NELL, her hands clasped and trembling, her eyes fixed upon...
Page 70 - Pair o' dice. I should say so. Double sixes ev'y th'ow.* In pursuance of this idea the noble self-sacrifice of Arndt is ascribed not to his sense of duty to his work and to the working-men from whom he came, but to his love for Margaret. And ' Margaret ' is not Edith Bernardi in any sense of the word, not half so admirable a type. For in America such...
Page 3 - ... composition may be served on the parties against whom such injunction may be granted anywhere in the United States, and shall be operative and may be enforced by proceedings to punish for contempt or otherwise by any other circuit court or judge in the United States. The...

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