Sappho and Phaon: A Tragedy, Set Forth with a Prologue, Induction, Prelude, Interludes, and Epilogue
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ACTIUS Addio ALC^US Alcaeus ALGEUS ALOEUS altar ANACTORIA ancient stage Aphrodite arms art thou Atthis Babbo bairn Bertha Kalich Bion bracelet bronze child Choregus cliff-path colonnade dark door drama dream E. H. Sothern Enter Exit eyes face Fauns Fenris gaze girl-disciples goddess hand Harrison Grey Fiske Hast thou hath heard HERACLIUS Herculaneum curtain Hercules HORACE Hymenceon Interludes Labourers Lady Larichus Lesbos lift lion's skin Look lord lover lyre maiden marble mask MEDBERY mimes Mitylene modern murmurous N^VOLEIA Naevoleia night Omphale orchestra space Pantomime passionate pause Percy MacKaye pillar PITTACUS play players poetic poets Pollio Poseidon Priest Prologue raised rises SAPPHO Ah Sappho and Phaon scene SELVA Servus Silenus singing slave slowly smile song Sorex speaks spear Sphinx stands steps temple Thalassa theatre thee thine thou art to-night Tragedy turns tyrant Varius Virgil voice watch wench yonder ZWEIFEL