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Peterbono. Huh? You want to leave? Gustave. Yes. Peterbono. Leave here?
Gustave. Yes — leave here. Peterbono. Hector, the boy's lost his reason. . Hector.
What do you want to leave for? Gustave. I'm in love with Juliette. Hector. Well
A Carnival of Leaves! The idiocy of it! A Carnival of Leaves! D.D. Senior. What
puzzles me is how you could confuse a Carnival of Leaves with a Carnival of
Thieves. Lady Hurf. You should have consulted the notices yourself then, my
Suddenly she shouts: Medea. You will never be freed, Jason! Medea will always
be your woman. You may have me exiled, may strangle me in a moment when
you can no longer bear my shouting. Yet never, nevermore will Medea leave your
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English translations of five plays written by a mid-20th century French playwright of some note. Long expository speeches characterize many plays of this period, and these are no exception. Sexual ... Read full review
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