The Chief European Dramatists: Twenty-one Plays from the Drama of Greece, Rome, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Denmark, and Norway, from 500 B.C. to 1879 A.D.

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Brander Matthews
Houghton Mifflin, 1916 - 786 страници
Twenty one plays from the drama of Greece, Rome, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Denmark, and Norway from 500 B. C. to 1879 A.
 

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Страница 767 - father, or to save her husband's life! I don't believe that. HELMER. You talk like a child. You don't understand the society in which you live. NORA. No, I do not. But now I shall try to learn. I must make up my mind which is right — society or I.
Страница 765 - happy! NORA. No; only merry. And you have always been so kind to me. But our house has been nothing but a play-room. Here I have been your doll-wife, just as at home I used to be papa's doll-child. And the children, in their turn, have been my dolls. I thought it fun when you played with me,
Страница 768 - her. At any rate, I release you from all duties. You must not feel yourself bound, any more than I shall. There must be perfect freedom on both sides. There, I give you back your ring. Give me mine. HELMER. That, too? NORA. That, too. HELMER. Here it is. NORA. Very well. Now it is all over. I
Страница 768 - you never think of me again? NORA. Oh, I shall often think of you. and the children, and this house. HELMER. May I write to you, Nora* NORA. No — never. You must not. HELMER. But I must send you — NORA. Nothing, nothing. HELMER. I must help you if you need
Страница 564 - Vous êtes bien bonne, mademoiselle — No, merit have no reward here. Réformer a man, like me! A man who also have ruin himself in dis service! I have lost in it so much as twenty thousand livres. What have I now? Tranchons le mot; je n'ai pas le sou, et me voilà exactement vis-à-vis de rien.
Страница 751 - the worst of it. RANK [looks at her searchingly]. H'm — NORA [a moment later]. Why did you smile? RANK. No; it was you that laughed. NORA. No; it was you that smiled, Doctor Rank. RANK [standing up]. I see you're deeper than I thought. NORA. I'm in such a crazy mood to-day. RANK. So it seems. NORA
Страница 739 - he is! NORA [hides the macaroons]. Hush—sh — [HELMER comes out of his room, hat in hand, with his overcoat on his arm.] [Going to him]. Well, Torvald, dear, have you got rid of him? HELMER. Yes; he has just gone. NORA. Let me introduce you — this is Christina, who has come to town
Страница 751 - You yourself are taking time by the forelock, it seems to me. What was that Mrs. Linden doing here yesterday? NORA. Oh! — you're surely not jealous of poor Christina? RANK. Yes, I am. She will be my successor in this house. When I am out of the way,
Страница 101 - rejected and abandon'd for the trash of yesterday; For a vile, adulterate issue, drossy, counterfeit, and base, Which the traffic of the city passes current in their place! And the men that stood for office, noted for acknowledged worth, And for manly deeds of honor, and for honorable birth;
Страница 759 - Ah, there they are! I must get my things on. [Takes bonnet and cloak.] [HELMER'S and NORA'S voices are heard outside, a key is turned in the lock, and HELMER drags NORA almost by force into the hall. She wears the Italian costume with a large black shawl

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