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Fanny and the Servant Problem

  • 92 Pages
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  • English
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ISBN 10142807659X
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Since the original versions are generally quite old. FANNY AND THE SERVANT PROBLEM by Jerome K. Jerome THE CHARACTERS Fanny Her Husband, Vernon Wetherell, Lord Bantock Her Butler, Martin Bennet FANNY [takes up the book--turns to the cover, reads]. "The Sinner's Manual." [She turns.

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Download a free audio book for yourself today. A8 B-E8 F6. [3]. (French’s Acting Edition. Contents: 1 half-title: FANNY AND THE SERVANT / PROBLEM; 2 blank; 3 title-page; 4 blank; 5 Produced at the Aldwych Theatre, London, on October / 14th,with the following cast:– [etc.]; 6 Any costumes or wigs required in the production / of this play may be hired or purchased reasonably / from Messrs.

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Fanny and the Servant Problem. Auckland: The Floating Press, © Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File:. A table is laid for tea.

Ernest enters with the tea-urn. He leaves the door open; through it comes the sound of an harmonium, accompanying the singing of a hymn. Fanny comes from her dressing- room.

She is dressed more cheerfully than when we last saw her, but still "seemly." She has a book in her hand. Fanny and the Servant Problem by Jerome K.

Jerome Part 2 out of 2. homepage; Index of Fanny and the Servant Problem; Previous part (1) VERNON. Well [laughs]--well, one hardly marries into one's own kitchen. FANNY. Isn't that rather snobbish. You say they're more like friends than servants. They've lived with your people, side by side.

Fanny and the Servant Problem In this hilarious play from renowned English humorist Jerome K. Jerome, heroine Fanny is a well-regarded actress who marries an affluent artist.

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The story was first published in and covers about ten years in the life of Fanny Brandeis.4/5. Fanny and the Servant Problem by Jerome K.

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Fanny. Quite ready, dear. Of course — I don't know what you will think of them — but I've only brought modern costumes with me. Jane (not a lady who understands satire). We must do the best we can. (She marches out L.) 28 FANNY AND THE SERVANT PROBLEM.

(Fanny, after following a few steps, stops and thinks, Ernest has entered with the wood. Read The Servant Problem, free online version of the book by Robert F.

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