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Author: Lisl Beer
Publisher: Branden Books
Keywords: townley, manuscript, adapted, play, shepherd, second
Number of Pages: 44
The play is a fusion of the rough peasant humour of the period, and simple religious faith. The play can be done with hand puppets or marionettes (various cast: People or puppets).
Author: G K Chesterton
Publisher: Inkling Books
Keywords: comedy, fantastic, magic
Number of Pages: 69
Is magic real? That's the theme of this delightful play from the popular writer, G. K. Chesterton. First performed in 1913, it was so successful that it ran for over a hundred nights. The play is now in public domain, so you need no one's permission to perform it. This ebook is a facsimile of the first published edition of the play and is released under a Creative Commons license, which means you can freely print copies for all the cast or for everyone in a drama class.
Author: William Shakespeare
Publisher: Classic Books Company
Keywords: night, twelfth
Number of Pages: 458
Along with the text of the play. this volume presents notes and essays to enhance reader understanding of the play and its author.
Author: William Shakespeare
Keywords: juliet, romeo
Number of Pages: 118
Freshly edited text based on the best early printed version of the play Full explanatory notes conveniently placed on pages facing the text of the play Scene-by-scene plot summaries A key to famous lines and phrases An introduction to reading Shakespeare’s language An essay by an outstanding scholar providing a modern perspective on the play Illustrations from the Folger Shakespeare Library’s vast holdings of rare books The Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., is home to the world’s largest collection of Shakespeare’s printed works, and a magnet for
Author: Carl Sommer
Publisher: Advance Publishing, Inc.
Keywords: dally, dilly, longer
Number of Pages: 27
In contrast to Family Work First, the fun loving Dilly Dallys have a family tradition -- play first, then work. But tough times convince the Dilly Dallys that they must change to survive.Ants have to work hard during the summer to fix up their homes and gather food for the winter, but the Dilly Dally family have a different tradition: they always play first. If they have any time, then they do a little work.The ants of the Work First family, however, build their house and gather their food First -- and then they relax and have fun. So they have a very strong house and lots of food for the wint
Author: Simon J. Bronner
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: naval, equator, traditions, drama, play, line, violence, crossing
Number of Pages: 65
For centuries, new sailors from European and North American countries have been subjected to an elaborate hazing at sea called “crossing the line.” Typically initiated upon a crossing of the equator, the beatings, dunkings, sexual play, and drinking displays that constitute crossing the line have in recent decades been banned by some fleets— but they have also been the subject of staunch defenses and fond reminiscences. Crossing the Line studies the purpose and the changing meaning of the ceremony, substantially revising long-held assumptions.
Author: W. T. McKibben
Publisher: The Great Lakes Group
Keywords: money, nice, play
Number of Pages: 165
Play Nice, Make Money makes the case that a business model that applies the highest ethical standards in its dealings with all stakeholders -Customers, Employees, Vendors, the Community, the Environment, and Owners/Stockholders- will ultimately be more profitable than any alternative. Using historical examples and current case studies, the author debunks the idea that greedy no-holds-barred business methods are required to succeed in business or that they are currently prevalent. Furthermore, he holds that the Ethical Business Model is the foundation of benevolent capitalism, which is our best