Vautrin: A Drama in Five Acts
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Vautrin: A Drama in Five Acts

By Honoré de Balzac
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  • VAUTRIN A DRAMA IN FIVE ACTS
    • AUTHOR'S PREFACE
      • PERSONS OF THE PLAY
    • PERSONS OF THE PLAY
  • VAUTRIN
    • ACT I.
      • SCENE FIRST. (A room in the house of the Duc de Montsorel.) The Duchesse de Montsorel and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
        • SCENE SECOND.
        • SCENE THIRD. Mademoiselle de Vaudrey and Felicite.
        • SCENE FOURTH.
        • SCENE FIFTH. Joseph and Vautrin. (Vautrin wears a tan-colored overcoat, trimmed with fur, over the black evening dress of a foreign diplomatic minister.)
        • SCENE SIXTH.
        • SCENE SEVENTH.
        • SCENE EIGHTH. The Duchesse de Montsorel and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
        • SCENE NINTH. The same persons, and the Duc de Montsorel (who enters as the duchess pronounces the last sentence).
        • SCENE TENTH. Mademoiselle de Vaudrey and the Duchess.
      • SCENE SECOND.
      • SCENE THIRD. Mademoiselle de Vaudrey and Felicite.
      • SCENE FOURTH.
      • SCENE FIFTH. Joseph and Vautrin. (Vautrin wears a tan-colored overcoat, trimmed with fur, over the black evening dress of a foreign diplomatic minister.)
      • SCENE SIXTH.
      • SCENE SEVENTH.
      • SCENE EIGHTH. The Duchesse de Montsorel and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
      • SCENE NINTH. The same persons, and the Duc de Montsorel (who enters as the duchess pronounces the last sentence).
      • SCENE TENTH. Mademoiselle de Vaudrey and the Duchess.
      • ACT II.
        • SCENE FIRST. (Scene the same as in preceding act.) The Duc de Montsorel and Joseph.
        • SCENE SECOND. The preceding and Felicite. (To explain his presence in his wife's room, the duke looks over articles lying on the table, and discovers a letter in a book.)
        • SCENE THIRD. The preceding, and Blondet, alias the Chevalier de Saint-Charles. (Joseph and Saint-Charles walk together from the centre door, and eye each other attentively.)
        • SCENE FOURTH. The Duke and Saint-Charles.
        • SCENE FIFTH. The preceding and the Marquis de Montsorel.
        • SCENE SIXTH. The Duke and the Marquis.
        • SCENE SEVENTH. The Duke, the Duchess and the Marquis.
        • SCENE EIGHTH. The same persons and Joseph.
        • SCENE NINTH. The same persons, the Duchesse de Christoval and the Princesse d'Arjos.
        • SCENE TENTH. The same persons, Joseph and Raoul de Frescas.
        • SCENE ELEVENTH. The same persons, except Raoul.
        • SCENE TWELFTH. The Marquis and the Duke.
        • SCENE THIRTEENTH. The same persons and Vautrin. (Vautrin is dressed all in black; at the beginning of the scene he puts on an air of compunction and humility.)
      • SCENE FIRST. (Scene the same as in preceding act.) The Duc de Montsorel and Joseph.
      • SCENE SECOND. The preceding and Felicite. (To explain his presence in his wife's room, the duke looks over articles lying on the table, and discovers a letter in a book.)
      • SCENE THIRD. The preceding, and Blondet, alias the Chevalier de Saint-Charles. (Joseph and Saint-Charles walk together from the centre door, and eye each other attentively.)
      • SCENE FOURTH. The Duke and Saint-Charles.
      • SCENE FIFTH. The preceding and the Marquis de Montsorel.
      • SCENE SIXTH. The Duke and the Marquis.
      • SCENE SEVENTH. The Duke, the Duchess and the Marquis.
      • SCENE EIGHTH. The same persons and Joseph.
      • SCENE NINTH. The same persons, the Duchesse de Christoval and the Princesse d'Arjos.
      • SCENE TENTH. The same persons, Joseph and Raoul de Frescas.
      • SCENE ELEVENTH. The same persons, except Raoul.
      • SCENE TWELFTH. The Marquis and the Duke.
      • SCENE THIRTEENTH. The same persons and Vautrin. (Vautrin is dressed all in black; at the beginning of the scene he puts on an air of compunction and humility.)
      • ACT III.
        • SCENE FIRST. (A room in the house of Raoul de Frescas.)
        • SCENE SECOND. Vautrin and Lafouraille. (Vautrin is dressed in long white duck trousers and a waistcoat of the same material, slippers of red morocco,—the morning dress of a business man.)
        • SCENE THIRD. The same persons, Buteux, Philosopher and Fil-de-Soie.
        • SCENE FOURTH.
        • SCENE FIFTH. Vautrin and Lafouraille.
        • SCENE SIXTH. Lafouraille and Saint-Charles.
        • SCENE SEVENTH.
        • SCENE EIGHTH. Saint-Charles, Vautrin and Lafouraille. (Vautrin wears a bright maroon coat, of old-fashioned cut, with large heavy buttons; his breeches are black silk, as are his stockings. His shoes have gold buckles, his waistcoat is flowered, he wears two watch-chains, his cravat belongs to the time of the Revolution; his wig is white, his face old, keen, withered, dissipated looking. He speaks low, and his voice is cracked.)
        • SCENE NINTH. Vautrin and Lafouraille.
        • SCENE TENTH. Vautrin and Raoul de Frescas.
      • SCENE FIRST. (A room in the house of Raoul de Frescas.)
      • SCENE SECOND. Vautrin and Lafouraille. (Vautrin is dressed in long white duck trousers and a waistcoat of the same material, slippers of red morocco,—the morning dress of a business man.)
      • SCENE THIRD. The same persons, Buteux, Philosopher and Fil-de-Soie.
      • SCENE FOURTH.
      • SCENE FIFTH. Vautrin and Lafouraille.
      • SCENE SIXTH. Lafouraille and Saint-Charles.
      • SCENE SEVENTH.
      • SCENE EIGHTH. Saint-Charles, Vautrin and Lafouraille. (Vautrin wears a bright maroon coat, of old-fashioned cut, with large heavy buttons; his breeches are black silk, as are his stockings. His shoes have gold buckles, his waistcoat is flowered, he wears two watch-chains, his cravat belongs to the time of the Revolution; his wig is white, his face old, keen, withered, dissipated looking. He speaks low, and his voice is cracked.)
      • SCENE NINTH. Vautrin and Lafouraille.
      • SCENE TENTH. Vautrin and Raoul de Frescas.
      • ACT IV.
        • SCENE FIRST. (Drawing-room of the Duchesse de Christoval.) The Duchesse de Christoval and Inez.
        • SCENE SECOND. The same persons, a footman and Vautrin.
        • SCENE THIRD. The Duchess and Vautrin.
        • SCENE FOURTH.
        • SCENE FIFTH. Vautrin, the Duchesse de Christoval and Inez.
        • SCENE SIXTH. The same persons, and Raoul.
        • SCENE SEVENTH. Inez (standing at the door through which her mother has passed); Raoul (at the other side of the stage).
        • SCENE EIGHTH The same persons and the Marquis de Montsorel.
        • SCENE NINTH. The Marquis and Raoul; later, Vautrin.
        • SCENE TENTH. Raoul, Vautrin, the Marquis and the Duchesse de Montsorel; Later, the Duchesse de Christoval and Inez.
        • SCENE ELEVENTH. The Duchesse de Christoval, the Duchesse de Montsorel, Raoul and Vautrin.
        • SCENE TWELFTH. Raoul, Vautrin and later Lafouraille.
      • SCENE FIRST. (Drawing-room of the Duchesse de Christoval.) The Duchesse de Christoval and Inez.
      • SCENE SECOND. The same persons, a footman and Vautrin.
      • SCENE THIRD. The Duchess and Vautrin.
      • SCENE FOURTH.
      • SCENE FIFTH. Vautrin, the Duchesse de Christoval and Inez.
      • SCENE SIXTH. The same persons, and Raoul.
      • SCENE SEVENTH. Inez (standing at the door through which her mother has passed); Raoul (at the other side of the stage).
      • SCENE EIGHTH The same persons and the Marquis de Montsorel.
      • SCENE NINTH. The Marquis and Raoul; later, Vautrin.
      • SCENE TENTH. Raoul, Vautrin, the Marquis and the Duchesse de Montsorel; Later, the Duchesse de Christoval and Inez.
      • SCENE ELEVENTH. The Duchesse de Christoval, the Duchesse de Montsorel, Raoul and Vautrin.
      • SCENE TWELFTH. Raoul, Vautrin and later Lafouraille.
      • ACT V.
        • SCENE FIRST. (The scene is laid at the Montsorel house, in a room on the ground floor.)
        • SCENE SECOND. Joseph, Lafouraille and Buteux; later, Vautrin.
        • SCENE THIRD.
        • SCENE FOURTH. Joseph and Vautrin.
        • SCENE FIFTH.
        • SCENE SIXTH Joseph, a footman; and afterwards Saint-Charles.
        • SCENE SEVENTH.
        • SCENE EIGHTH. Saint-Charles, the Duchesse de Montsorel and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
        • SCENE NINTH. The same persons, the Duc de Montsorel and a footman.
        • SCENE TENTH. The Duchess, Mademoiselle de Vaudrey and Vautrin.
        • SCENE ELEVENTH. The Duchess and Vautrin.
        • SCENE TWELFTH. The same persons and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey on one side of the stage, Saint-Charles on the other, and domestics.
        • SCENE THIRTEENTH. Vautrin and the Duchess.
        • SCENE FOURTEENTH. The same persons, the Duke, Lafouraille, Buteux, Saint-Charles, and all the domestics.
        • SCENE FIFTEENTH. The same persons, the Duchesse de Christoval, Inez and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
        • SCENE SIXTEENTH. The same persons, Raoul and Lafouraille. (The last named does not tarry.)
        • SCENE SEVENTEENTH. The same persons, a police officer, guards and servants.
      • SCENE FIRST. (The scene is laid at the Montsorel house, in a room on the ground floor.)
      • SCENE SECOND. Joseph, Lafouraille and Buteux; later, Vautrin.
      • SCENE THIRD.
      • SCENE FOURTH. Joseph and Vautrin.
      • SCENE FIFTH.
      • SCENE SIXTH Joseph, a footman; and afterwards Saint-Charles.
      • SCENE SEVENTH.
      • SCENE EIGHTH. Saint-Charles, the Duchesse de Montsorel and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
      • SCENE NINTH. The same persons, the Duc de Montsorel and a footman.
      • SCENE TENTH. The Duchess, Mademoiselle de Vaudrey and Vautrin.
      • SCENE ELEVENTH. The Duchess and Vautrin.
      • SCENE TWELFTH. The same persons and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey on one side of the stage, Saint-Charles on the other, and domestics.
      • SCENE THIRTEENTH. Vautrin and the Duchess.
      • SCENE FOURTEENTH. The same persons, the Duke, Lafouraille, Buteux, Saint-Charles, and all the domestics.
      • SCENE FIFTEENTH. The same persons, the Duchesse de Christoval, Inez and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
      • SCENE SIXTEENTH. The same persons, Raoul and Lafouraille. (The last named does not tarry.)
      • SCENE SEVENTEENTH. The same persons, a police officer, guards and servants.
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    • SCENE FIRST. (A room in the house of the Duc de Montsorel.) The Duchesse de Montsorel and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
      • SCENE SECOND.
      • SCENE THIRD. Mademoiselle de Vaudrey and Felicite.
      • SCENE FOURTH.
      • SCENE FIFTH. Joseph and Vautrin. (Vautrin wears a tan-colored overcoat, trimmed with fur, over the black evening dress of a foreign diplomatic minister.)
      • SCENE SIXTH.
      • SCENE SEVENTH.
      • SCENE EIGHTH. The Duchesse de Montsorel and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
      • SCENE NINTH. The same persons, and the Duc de Montsorel (who enters as the duchess pronounces the last sentence).
      • SCENE TENTH. Mademoiselle de Vaudrey and the Duchess.
    • SCENE SECOND.
    • SCENE THIRD. Mademoiselle de Vaudrey and Felicite.
    • SCENE FOURTH.
    • SCENE FIFTH. Joseph and Vautrin. (Vautrin wears a tan-colored overcoat, trimmed with fur, over the black evening dress of a foreign diplomatic minister.)
    • SCENE SIXTH.
    • SCENE SEVENTH.
    • SCENE EIGHTH. The Duchesse de Montsorel and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
    • SCENE NINTH. The same persons, and the Duc de Montsorel (who enters as the duchess pronounces the last sentence).
    • SCENE TENTH. Mademoiselle de Vaudrey and the Duchess.
    • ACT II.
      • SCENE FIRST. (Scene the same as in preceding act.) The Duc de Montsorel and Joseph.
      • SCENE SECOND. The preceding and Felicite. (To explain his presence in his wife's room, the duke looks over articles lying on the table, and discovers a letter in a book.)
      • SCENE THIRD. The preceding, and Blondet, alias the Chevalier de Saint-Charles. (Joseph and Saint-Charles walk together from the centre door, and eye each other attentively.)
      • SCENE FOURTH. The Duke and Saint-Charles.
      • SCENE FIFTH. The preceding and the Marquis de Montsorel.
      • SCENE SIXTH. The Duke and the Marquis.
      • SCENE SEVENTH. The Duke, the Duchess and the Marquis.
      • SCENE EIGHTH. The same persons and Joseph.
      • SCENE NINTH. The same persons, the Duchesse de Christoval and the Princesse d'Arjos.
      • SCENE TENTH. The same persons, Joseph and Raoul de Frescas.
      • SCENE ELEVENTH. The same persons, except Raoul.
      • SCENE TWELFTH. The Marquis and the Duke.
      • SCENE THIRTEENTH. The same persons and Vautrin. (Vautrin is dressed all in black; at the beginning of the scene he puts on an air of compunction and humility.)
    • SCENE FIRST. (Scene the same as in preceding act.) The Duc de Montsorel and Joseph.
    • SCENE SECOND. The preceding and Felicite. (To explain his presence in his wife's room, the duke looks over articles lying on the table, and discovers a letter in a book.)
    • SCENE THIRD. The preceding, and Blondet, alias the Chevalier de Saint-Charles. (Joseph and Saint-Charles walk together from the centre door, and eye each other attentively.)
    • SCENE FOURTH. The Duke and Saint-Charles.
    • SCENE FIFTH. The preceding and the Marquis de Montsorel.
    • SCENE SIXTH. The Duke and the Marquis.
    • SCENE SEVENTH. The Duke, the Duchess and the Marquis.
    • SCENE EIGHTH. The same persons and Joseph.
    • SCENE NINTH. The same persons, the Duchesse de Christoval and the Princesse d'Arjos.
    • SCENE TENTH. The same persons, Joseph and Raoul de Frescas.
    • SCENE ELEVENTH. The same persons, except Raoul.
    • SCENE TWELFTH. The Marquis and the Duke.
    • SCENE THIRTEENTH. The same persons and Vautrin. (Vautrin is dressed all in black; at the beginning of the scene he puts on an air of compunction and humility.)
    • ACT III.
      • SCENE FIRST. (A room in the house of Raoul de Frescas.)
      • SCENE SECOND. Vautrin and Lafouraille. (Vautrin is dressed in long white duck trousers and a waistcoat of the same material, slippers of red morocco,—the morning dress of a business man.)
      • SCENE THIRD. The same persons, Buteux, Philosopher and Fil-de-Soie.
      • SCENE FOURTH.
      • SCENE FIFTH. Vautrin and Lafouraille.
      • SCENE SIXTH. Lafouraille and Saint-Charles.
      • SCENE SEVENTH.
      • SCENE EIGHTH. Saint-Charles, Vautrin and Lafouraille. (Vautrin wears a bright maroon coat, of old-fashioned cut, with large heavy buttons; his breeches are black silk, as are his stockings. His shoes have gold buckles, his waistcoat is flowered, he wears two watch-chains, his cravat belongs to the time of the Revolution; his wig is white, his face old, keen, withered, dissipated looking. He speaks low, and his voice is cracked.)
      • SCENE NINTH. Vautrin and Lafouraille.
      • SCENE TENTH. Vautrin and Raoul de Frescas.
    • SCENE FIRST. (A room in the house of Raoul de Frescas.)
    • SCENE SECOND. Vautrin and Lafouraille. (Vautrin is dressed in long white duck trousers and a waistcoat of the same material, slippers of red morocco,—the morning dress of a business man.)
    • SCENE THIRD. The same persons, Buteux, Philosopher and Fil-de-Soie.
    • SCENE FOURTH.
    • SCENE FIFTH. Vautrin and Lafouraille.
    • SCENE SIXTH. Lafouraille and Saint-Charles.
    • SCENE SEVENTH.
    • SCENE EIGHTH. Saint-Charles, Vautrin and Lafouraille. (Vautrin wears a bright maroon coat, of old-fashioned cut, with large heavy buttons; his breeches are black silk, as are his stockings. His shoes have gold buckles, his waistcoat is flowered, he wears two watch-chains, his cravat belongs to the time of the Revolution; his wig is white, his face old, keen, withered, dissipated looking. He speaks low, and his voice is cracked.)
    • SCENE NINTH. Vautrin and Lafouraille.
    • SCENE TENTH. Vautrin and Raoul de Frescas.
    • ACT IV.
      • SCENE FIRST. (Drawing-room of the Duchesse de Christoval.) The Duchesse de Christoval and Inez.
      • SCENE SECOND. The same persons, a footman and Vautrin.
      • SCENE THIRD. The Duchess and Vautrin.
      • SCENE FOURTH.
      • SCENE FIFTH. Vautrin, the Duchesse de Christoval and Inez.
      • SCENE SIXTH. The same persons, and Raoul.
      • SCENE SEVENTH. Inez (standing at the door through which her mother has passed); Raoul (at the other side of the stage).
      • SCENE EIGHTH The same persons and the Marquis de Montsorel.
      • SCENE NINTH. The Marquis and Raoul; later, Vautrin.
      • SCENE TENTH. Raoul, Vautrin, the Marquis and the Duchesse de Montsorel; Later, the Duchesse de Christoval and Inez.
      • SCENE ELEVENTH. The Duchesse de Christoval, the Duchesse de Montsorel, Raoul and Vautrin.
      • SCENE TWELFTH. Raoul, Vautrin and later Lafouraille.
    • SCENE FIRST. (Drawing-room of the Duchesse de Christoval.) The Duchesse de Christoval and Inez.
    • SCENE SECOND. The same persons, a footman and Vautrin.
    • SCENE THIRD. The Duchess and Vautrin.
    • SCENE FOURTH.
    • SCENE FIFTH. Vautrin, the Duchesse de Christoval and Inez.
    • SCENE SIXTH. The same persons, and Raoul.
    • SCENE SEVENTH. Inez (standing at the door through which her mother has passed); Raoul (at the other side of the stage).
    • SCENE EIGHTH The same persons and the Marquis de Montsorel.
    • SCENE NINTH. The Marquis and Raoul; later, Vautrin.
    • SCENE TENTH. Raoul, Vautrin, the Marquis and the Duchesse de Montsorel; Later, the Duchesse de Christoval and Inez.
    • SCENE ELEVENTH. The Duchesse de Christoval, the Duchesse de Montsorel, Raoul and Vautrin.
    • SCENE TWELFTH. Raoul, Vautrin and later Lafouraille.
    • ACT V.
      • SCENE FIRST. (The scene is laid at the Montsorel house, in a room on the ground floor.)
      • SCENE SECOND. Joseph, Lafouraille and Buteux; later, Vautrin.
      • SCENE THIRD.
      • SCENE FOURTH. Joseph and Vautrin.
      • SCENE FIFTH.
      • SCENE SIXTH Joseph, a footman; and afterwards Saint-Charles.
      • SCENE SEVENTH.
      • SCENE EIGHTH. Saint-Charles, the Duchesse de Montsorel and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
      • SCENE NINTH. The same persons, the Duc de Montsorel and a footman.
      • SCENE TENTH. The Duchess, Mademoiselle de Vaudrey and Vautrin.
      • SCENE ELEVENTH. The Duchess and Vautrin.
      • SCENE TWELFTH. The same persons and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey on one side of the stage, Saint-Charles on the other, and domestics.
      • SCENE THIRTEENTH. Vautrin and the Duchess.
      • SCENE FOURTEENTH. The same persons, the Duke, Lafouraille, Buteux, Saint-Charles, and all the domestics.
      • SCENE FIFTEENTH. The same persons, the Duchesse de Christoval, Inez and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
      • SCENE SIXTEENTH. The same persons, Raoul and Lafouraille. (The last named does not tarry.)
      • SCENE SEVENTEENTH. The same persons, a police officer, guards and servants.
    • SCENE FIRST. (The scene is laid at the Montsorel house, in a room on the ground floor.)
    • SCENE SECOND. Joseph, Lafouraille and Buteux; later, Vautrin.
    • SCENE THIRD.
    • SCENE FOURTH. Joseph and Vautrin.
    • SCENE FIFTH.
    • SCENE SIXTH Joseph, a footman; and afterwards Saint-Charles.
    • SCENE SEVENTH.
    • SCENE EIGHTH. Saint-Charles, the Duchesse de Montsorel and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
    • SCENE NINTH. The same persons, the Duc de Montsorel and a footman.
    • SCENE TENTH. The Duchess, Mademoiselle de Vaudrey and Vautrin.
    • SCENE ELEVENTH. The Duchess and Vautrin.
    • SCENE TWELFTH. The same persons and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey on one side of the stage, Saint-Charles on the other, and domestics.
    • SCENE THIRTEENTH. Vautrin and the Duchess.
    • SCENE FOURTEENTH. The same persons, the Duke, Lafouraille, Buteux, Saint-Charles, and all the domestics.
    • SCENE FIFTEENTH. The same persons, the Duchesse de Christoval, Inez and Mademoiselle de Vaudrey.
    • SCENE SIXTEENTH. The same persons, Raoul and Lafouraille. (The last named does not tarry.)
    • SCENE SEVENTEENTH. The same persons, a police officer, guards and servants.
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