"Such a Little Queen": A Comedy in Four Acts

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S. French, 1920 - 113 pages
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Page 116 - not returned or renewed within 14 days ^ Series 2373 after due date are subject to billing.
Page i - Miss Ferguson's mind suddenly became a blank. Standing in the first entrance, I attempted to give her the lines she had forgotten. They had ceased to mean anything to her. All at once, she began sobbing and rushed from the stage. Frank Gillmore,
Page 64 - You have seen me struggling alone, and you have never offered to help. You idle away your days and dance away your nights. The poorest, meanest lad in these streets strives more nobly than does your Majesty
Page 64 - My King must value his word above his crown, and his crown above the greatest fortune in the world! He must be true to his people, true to himself, true to the woman he loves!
Page 23 - But my subjects felt strongly against union with Bosnia. They began plotting shortly after my father's death, "and one night rebellion broke out like a fire and drove me from the kingdom.
Page 94 - I want you more than I want my kingdom. The throne would be a lonely place without you. Will you let me be your subject, and will you be my Queen?
Page 26 - No country to be considered, no "peace of Europe," not very much father and mother! Just a walk or two in the moonlight, maybe a row on the river, and he
Page 39 - Yes. I am not in an ugly old kitchen at all. I am in a beautiful green-covered book, and I have lived as far as the fiftieth page.

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