By J. M. Barrie
The prolific Scotish writer and dramatist J. M. Barrie is most famed for his production of Peter Pan. Born in Kirriemuir, Forfarshire in 1860, he graduated Edinburgh college and commenced operating as a journalist. quickly after he released his first novel higher useless becaming a well-liked author with many profitable novels. After his most famed paintings Peter Pan he nonetheless persevered to write down on developing many extra loved stories.
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And you'll come to me after dinner to-night, Alice? ' ALICE. 'I mayn't be able to get away. htm (29 of 76) [9/22/2008 8:53:44 AM] Alice Sit-By-The-Fire wretch of a baby. I'll see you to the door. ' With these dreadful words she and the libertine go. Amy and Ginevra emerge white to the lips; or, at least, they feel as white as that. ' AMY. 'She is going to his house to-night. ' GINEVRA. 'They will be chambers, Amy--they are always chambers. And after dinner, he said--so he's stingy, too. Here is his card: "Mr.
She would like to sit in the lovely stage way, when they know so precisely where the chair is that they can sit without a glance at it. But she dare not, though Ginevra would have risked it. ' STEVE. ' First he thinks there is something innocent about her request, and then he wonders if 'innocent' is the right word. ' he demands, like the man of the world he hopes some day to be. AMY. ' Amy advances upon him. She has been seated in any case as long as they ever do sit on the stage on the same chair.
ALICE. 'She could have taken a cab; I gave her the address. ' She is off with him again. COLONEL. ' He falls into a chair, but sees the room still going round. It is Alice's chance; she pounces upon Amy's hand, whirls her out of the hiding place, and seems to greet her at the other door. ALICE. ' COLONEL, jumping up, 'Not really? Hallo! I never for a moment--It was true, then. ' STEVE, to whom it is a very unexpected step indeed, 'Amy! ' STEVE. ' ALICE. ' COLONEL, jovially, 'Well thought out, Steve.
Alice Sit-By-The-Fire by J. M. Barrie