Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1911. Excerpt: ... NO THOROUGHFARE A DRAMA IN FIVE ACTS AND A PROLOGUE  BY CHARLES DICKENS AND WILKIE COLLINS CAST OF CHARACTERS At New Royal Adelphi Theatre, December 26, 1867 Veiled Lady Sarah (otherwise Sally) Goldstraw Little Walter Wilding First Husband . . . Second Husband . . · First Wipe . Second Wife . . · Mr. Walter Wildino . · Mr. Bintry (a man of law) . Joey Ladle (head cellarman) . George Vendale . . · Jules Obenreizer . . < Marguerite . . · Madame Dor . . · Jean Marie (a guide) . · JKan Pai'i. (ditto) . . · Father Francis . . ■ Monks ■ Mrc. Billington. Mrs. Alfred Mellon. Master Sidney. Mr. R Romer. . Mr. Pritchard. Mrs. Stoker. . Mrs. D'este. . Mr. Billington. Mr. G. Brlmore. Mr. Benjamin Webster, Mr. H. G. Neville. Mr. Feohter. Miss Carlotta Leclercq. Mrs. A. Lewis. . Mr. C. F. Smith. Mr. Branscombe. Mr. R Phillips. /mr. Aldridge. mr. Tomlinson. Time of playing.--Three hours and forty minutes. Music--A 'mysterious' theme always to Obenreizer's entrances. Melodrama music to Scene 1st, Act 4th, on and after Obenreizer's entrance with knife. Remarks.--Except Vendale and Joey, all pronounce 'Obenreizer' in the English manner, that is 'Oben-righ-sir.' Joey calls him 'Open-razor,' and Vendale gives it the Swiss or German pronunciation, 'Oben-right-zer.' Stage Directions.--R. means Right of Stage, facing the Audience; L. Left; C. Centre; R C. Right of centre; L. C. Left of centre. D. F. Door in the Flat, or Scene running across the back of the Stage; C. D. F. Centre Door in the Flat; R. D. F. Right Door in the Flat; L. D. F. Left Door in the Flat; R. D. Right Door; L. D. Left Door; 1 E. First Entrance; 2 E. Second Entrance; U. E. Upper Entrance; 1, 2, or 3 G. First, Second or Third Groove. COSTUMES (modern). Obenreizer.--Act...
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Arguably one of the greatest writers of the Victorian era, Charles Dickens is the author of such literary masterpieces as A Tale of Two Cities (1859), A Christmas Carol (1843), David Copperfield (1850), and The Adventures of Oliver Twist (1839), among many others. Dickens' s indelible characters and timeless stories continue to resonate with readers around the world more than 130 years after his death. Dickens was born in 1812 and died in 1870.
Andrew Lang (March, 31, 1844 July 20, 1912) was a Scottish writer and literary critic who is best known as a collector of folk and fairy tales. Lang s academic interests extended beyond the literary and he was a noted contributor to the fields of anthropology, folklore, psychical research, history, and classic scholarship, as well as the inspiration for the University of St. Andrew s Andrew Lang Lectures. A prolific author, Lang published more than 100 works during his career, including twelve fairy books, in which he compiled folk and fairy tales from around the world. Lang s Lilac Fairy and Red Fairy books are credited with influencing J. R. R. Tolkien, who commented on the importance of fairy stories in the modern world in his 1939 Andrew Lang Lecture On Fairy-Stories.
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