Woman on Her Own, False Gods and The Red Robe Three Plays By Brieux
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Woman on Her Own, False Gods and The Red Robe Three Plays By Brieux

By Eugène Brieux
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  • WOMAN ON HER OWN, FALSE GODS AND THE RED ROBE:
  • THREE PLAYS BY BRIEUX.
    • THE ENGLISH VERSIONS BY MRS. BERNARD SHAW, J. F. FAGAN, AND A. BERNARD MIALL. WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY BRIEUX
  • CONTENTS
  • PREFACE
  • WOMAN ON HER OWN
    • [La Femme Seule]
    • Translated by Mrs. Bernard Shaw
  • CHARACTERS
  • WOMAN ON HER OWN
  • ACT I
  • ACT II
  • ACT III
    • CURTAIN.
  • FALSE GODS
  • CHARACTERS
    • The Scene is laid in Upper Egypt during the Middle Empire.
  • ACT I
    • CURTAIN
  • ACT II
    • CURTAIN
  • ACT III
    • CURTAIN
  • ACT IV
    • CURTAIN
  • ACT V
    • CURTAIN
  • THE RED ROBE
  • CHARACTERS
  • ACT I
    • Scene I:—A small reception-room in an old house at Mauleon.
    • Scene II:—Vagret, Madame Vagret.
    • Scene III:—Vagret, Madame Vagret, Catialéna.
    • Scene IV:—Vagret, Delorme.
    • Scene V:—Vagret, Madame Vagret, then Bertha, Bunerat, La Bouzole, Mouzon.
    • Scene VI:—The same, with Ardeuil.
      • CURTAIN.
    • CURTAIN.
  • ACT II
    • Scene I:—The recorder, then the doorkeeper, then Mouzon. When the curtain rises the recorder, seated in the magistrate's armchair, is drinking his coffee. The doorkeeper enters.
    • Scene II:—Enter Mondoubleau.
    • Scene III:—The same and the officer.
    • Scene IV:—Mouzon and Mondoubleau.
    • Scene V:—Mouzon, the recorder, and then Bridet.
    • Scene VI:—Mouzon, Maître Plaçat.
    • Scene VII:—Mouzon, Etchepare, the recorder.
    • Scene VIII:—Mouzon and the recorder.
    • Scene IX:—Mouzon, recorder, Yanetta.
    • Scene X:—The same, Etchepare.
    • Scene XI:—Mouzon, Yanetta, the recorder.
      • CURTAIN.
    • CURTAIN.
  • ACT III
    • Scene I:—Benoît, La Bouzole. As the curtain rises the recorder is removing various papers from the desk and placing them in a cardboard portfolio. Enter La Bouzole.
    • Scene II:—La Bouzole, Old Madame Etchepare.
    • Scene III:—La Bouzole, recorder.
    • Scene IV:—The same and later Madame Vagret, Bunerat, the President of Assizes, and Mouzon, then the Attorney-General.
    • Scene V:—Mouzon, Attorney-General. Mouzon rubs his hands together, bubbling with joy.
    • Scene VI:—Mondoubleau, Attorney-General.
    • Scene VII:—Recorder, then the doorkeeper, then Madame Vagret, the President of Assizes, Bunerat, Madame Bunerat, and Vagret.
    • Scene VIII:—Vagret, the President of Assizes, then the Attorney-General.
    • Scene IX:—Vagret, Madame Vagret.
      • CURTAIN.
    • CURTAIN.
  • ACT IV
    • Scenes—Same as the Second Act.
    • Scene II.
    • Scene III:—The recorder goes out. Enter Etchepare's mother.
    • Scene IV:—Yanetta is shown in.
      • CURTAIN.
    • CURTAIN.
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