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Title: The Great Adventure Author: Arnold Bennett Release Date: October 29, 2004 [eBook #13894] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 ***START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE GREAT ADVENTURE*** E-text prepared by Jonathan Ingram, Leah Moser, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team THE GREAT ADVENTURE A Play of Fancy in Four Acts by ARNOLD BENNETT 1913 CHARACTERS ILAM CARVE ALBERT SHAWN DR.
PASCOE EDWARD HORNING CYRUS CARVE FATHER LOOE PETER HORNING EBAG JOHN SHAWN JAMES SHAWN LORD LEONARD ALCAR TEXEL A WAITER A PAGE A SERVANT JANET CANNOT MRS.
ALBERT SHAWN HONORIA LOOE An illustrious Painter Ilam’s Valet Doctor’s Assistant Ilam’s Cousin, a City Auctioneer A Catholic Priest A Journalist A Picture Dealer A Curate His Brother, a Curate An American Millionaire A Widow Sister of Father Looe Sat Apr 01 00:22:06 2017 2 SCENES ACT I ROOM IN ILAM CARVE’S HOUSE, 126 REDCLIFFE GARDENS ACT II PRIVATE ROOM AT THE GRAND BABYLON HOTEL ACT III JANET’S SITTING-ROOM AT WERTER ROAD, PUTNEY ACT IV LORD LEONARD ALCAR’S STUDY, GROSVENOR GARDENS SPECIAL NOTE.--Each Act is divided into two scenes, separated by a passage of time more or less short.
The passage of time is indicated by darkening the stage for a few moments.
No change of scenery is involved. NOTE The play was produced for the first time in London at the Kingsway Theatre, by Granville Barker, on Tuesday, March 25th, 1913. THE GREAT ADVENTURE ACT I SCENE I Front room on ground floor at 126 Redcliffe Gardens.
An apartment furnished richly but in an old-fashioned way.
Fine pictures.
Large furniture. Sofa near centre. Gen...





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