Charming Léander: A Comedy in One Act

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Page 22 - CURTAIN. THE WORLD'S BEST PLAYS By Celebrated European Authors A NEW SERIES OF AMATEUR PLAYS BY THE BEST AUTHORS, ANCIENT AND MODERN, ESPECIALLY TRANSLATED WITH HISTORICAL NOTES, SUGGESTIONS FOR STAGING, Etc., FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, AND DRAMATIC CLUBS BARRETT H. CLARK General...
Page 25 - PRICE 25 CENTS. THE POST-SCRIPTUM. by EMILE AUQIEB. Of this one-act comedy Professor Brander Matthews writes: " . . . one of the brightest and most brilliant little one-act comedies in any language, and to be warmly recommended to American readers.
Page 24 - A delightful trifle by one of the most celebrated of living dramatists. PRICE 25 CENTS. THE ART OF BEING BORED, (Le Monde ou Von s'Ennuie), a comedy in three acts by EDOUARD PAILLERON. Probably the bestknown and most frequently acted comedy of manners in the realm of nineteenth century French drama. It is replete with wit and comic situations. For nearly forty years It has held the stage, while countless imitators have endeavored to reproduce its freshness and charm.
Page 24 - Rosalie, the stubborn maid, leads her none too amiable master and mistress Into uncomfortable complications by refusing to open the front door to a supposed guest of wealth and influence. PRICE 25 CENTS. MODESTY, by PAUL HERVIEU. A delightful trifle by one of the most celebrated of living dramatists.
Page 15 - Here is my money! (LEANDRE sits down on the bench and buries his face in his hands.

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