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 collage and started operating as a journalist. quickly after he released his first novel larger lifeless becaming a favored author with many winning novels. After his most famed paintings Peter Pan he nonetheless endured to jot down on growing many extra liked stories.
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Robert, I have a reason. ' COLONEL. ' STEVE. ' ALICE. 'I didn't tell you before, Robert, because I had so little hope; but I called to her through the door that I was coming here to meet you, and I said, "I don't believe you have a headache, Amy; I believe you have locked yourself in there because you hate the poor mother who loves you," and I begged her to come with me. "' COLONEL. ' ALICE. 'Was it? I don't know. htm (49 of 76) [9/22/2008 8:53:45 AM] Alice Sit-By-The-Fire COLONEL. ' ALICE. 'She could have taken a cab; I gave her the address.
Not they. And half-past eleven has struck. ' She means that she does know. COSMO. 'I'll see you to your place whenever you like. ' GINEVRA. 'You child. But I simply can't go till I know what has happened. ' COSMO. 'That's all right. ' GINEVRA. ' COSMO. ' GINEVRA. 'The theatre. ' Here Cosmo takes up a commanding position on the hearthrug; it could not be bettered unless with a cigar in the mouth. htm (59 of 76) [9/22/2008 8:53:45 AM] Alice Sit-By-The-Fire COSMO. 'Look here, Miss Dunbar, it may be that I have a little crow to pick with mother when she comes back, but I cannot allow anyone else to say a word against her.
AMY. ' AMY. ' ALICE. ' AMY. 'To know them? ' ALICE, bereft, 'Characters in plays? ' AMY. htm (56 of 76) [9/22/2008 8:53:45 AM] Alice Sit-By-The-Fire Wild hopes spring up in Alice's breast. ALICE. ' AMY. ' ALICE. ' AMY. ' ALICE. 'Listened? ' AMY. 'Everything, mother! ' ALICE. ' Then once more heroic, 'As in a flash Ginevra and I saw that there was only one way to save you. ' AMY. 'Of course. He behaved at first as they all do--pretended that he did not know what I was talking about. At that moment, a visitor; I knew at once that it must be the husband; it always is, it was; I hid.