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Yes. The Manager. Well then. We've got the furniture right more or less. Bring that little table a bit further forward. [The STAGE HANDS obey the order. ] You go and find an envelope, if possible, a pale blue one; and give it to that gentleman. ] Property Man. An ordinary envelope? Manager and Father. Yes, yes, an ordinary envelope. Property Man. At once, sir. ] The Manager. Ready, everyone! First scene -- the Young Lady. ] No, no, you must wait. ] You just watch -- The Step-Daughter [adding at once].
It is true she can barely write her own name; but she could anyhow have got her daughter to write to me that they were in need . . The Mother. And how was I to divine all this sentiment in him? The Father. That is exactly your mistake, never to have guessed any of my sentiments. The Mother. After so many years apart, and all that had happened . . The Father. Was it my fault if that fellow carried you away? It happened quite suddenly; for after he had obtained some job or other, I could find no trace of them; and so, not unnaturally, my interest in them dwindled.
The Manager [to the STEP-DAUGHTER]. We want some clothes pegs too, don't we? The Step-Daughter. Yes, several, several! The Manager. See how many we've got and bring them all. Property Man. All right! [The PROPERTY MAN hurries off to obey his orders. ] The Manager [to PROMPTER]. Take your seat. Look here: this is the outline of the scenes, act by act. ] And now I'm going to ask you to do something out of the ordinary. Prompter. Take it down in shorthand? The Manager [pleasantly surprised]. Exactly!