Make-believe: A Children's Play in a Prologue and Three Acts
Owing to the difficulties of actually writing it down, a group of children imagine their play in which there are scenes from a fairy tale - The Princess and the Woodcutter - a pirate story and a Christmas episode which includes many pantomime and nursery rhyme characters.
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