Dorothy Brooke's vacation by Frances Campbell SparhawkDorothy Brooke's vacation by Frances Campbell Sparhawk

Dorothy Brooke's vacation

byFrances Campbell Sparhawk

Paperback | January 31, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910. Excerpt: ... Almost all the guests in the hotel, which was full, assembled to see the play written by two young persons whom they had met and liked, and to be acted in part by collegians at whose fun they had often laughed. The audience was in fine humor and ready to make allowance for the work of amateurs and of amateurs who had had scanty time for preparation. It was a good deal to be able to go to the theatre at all at the heights of a mountain resort. So that it was under favorable auspices that there was presented the comedy of: TAKING IT FOR GRANTED BKXS/XflS PERSONS! Mr. Graham, in love with Laura Carew...Mr. Norcross Mr. Murray, in love with Kitty Parker Mr. Brooke Mr. Vorse, Laura Carew's cousin Mr. Raynor Mr. Sinas, in love with Laura Carew. Mr. Wmder Miss Laura Carew, in love with Mr. Graham -»-"""" Miss Lulu Bromley Miss Kitty Parker, in love with Mr. Graham..... ACT I Scene I--Veranda of hotel: Mr. Graham and Miss Carew, in conversation: Mr. Graham: I took it for granted you'd be here, Miss Carew; you're always so fond of out-of-door life; Miss Carew (smiling): Unless you had found me in the woods, Mr. Graham. I'm so fond of the open air and the country. Mr. Graham (seating himself beside her): I never forget that, Miss Carew--Laura; indeed, I never forget any of your tastes and likes. Your love of the country is so natural and wholesome, it would be well if all were like you; but of the people here, I'm sure many come only because it's the fashion. I despise affectation. But you are always sincere. Laura (casting down her eyes): I endeavor to be, Mr. Graham. Mr. Graham: It's no effort to you to be true--Laura. (Enter Nemo, wagging his tail and looking up at Laura, who caresses him fondly, while Graham watches her.) Laura (still patting Nemo): What ...
Title:Dorothy Brooke's vacationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:80 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.17 inPublished:January 31, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217828701

ISBN - 13:9780217828703