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A Blot In The 'scutcheon - DRAMATIS PERSONAE Post by :hhistand Category :Plays Author :Robert Browning Date :June 2011 Read :2005

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A Blot In The 'scutcheon - DRAMATIS PERSONAE

DRAMATIS PERSONAE

 

MILDRED TRESHAM.
GUENDOLEN TRESHAM.
THOROLD, Earl TRESHAM.
AUSTIN TRESHAM.
HENRY, Earl MERTOUN.
GERARD, and other retainers of Lord TRESHAM.

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Content of DRAMATIS PERSONAE (Robert Browning's play/drama: A Blot In The 'Scutcheon)

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