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Wed Mar 29 17:37:30 2017 1 The Resignation of Mr.
Bagsworth Project Gutenberg Australia a treasure-trove of literature treasure found hidden with no evidence of ownership Title: The Resignation of Mr.
Bagsworth Author: Lionel Shave * A Project Gutenberg of Australia eBook * eBook No.: 1600511h.html Language: English Date first posted: March 2016 Most recent update: March 2016 This eBook was produced by: Hamish Darby and Colin Choat Project Gutenberg of Australia eBooks are created from printed editions which are in the public domain in Australia, unless a copyright notice is included.
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Bagsworth A Comedy in One Act by Lionel Shave Wed Mar 29 17:37:30 2017 2 From Five Proven One Act Plays The Australasian Publishing Co.
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Ltd. Sydney, N.S.W. First published 1948 * * * To the memory of -PAKIE- MACDOUGALL to whose kindly encouragement these plays owe their being. THE CHARACTERS. ROBERT CRAMSTON, a young company promoter BERTRAM BAGSWORTH, a Bank official WINNIE, a waitress 1ST DINER, an uninspiring person of middle age 2ND and 3RD DINERS, are probably in the Government service 4TH DINER, one of those bright complacent people THE PLACE.
A little, old café in a little, old building. THE TIME.
12.50 p.m.
on any day in the prosperous near-past. THE SCENE. A small, inside room such as you find in such a café.
Backstage are two tables, each seat two diners.
Another table is placed centre stage, also to seat two diners.
The right-hand chair at the centre table is le...





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