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Catiline - Dramatis Personae Post by :theniche Category :Plays Author :Henrik Ibsen Date :May 2012 Read :3547

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Catiline - Dramatis Personae


LUCIUS CATILINE A noble Roman.

AURELIA His wife.

FURIA A vestal.

CURIUS A youth related to Catiline.

MANLIUS An old warrior.

LENTULUS Young and noble Roman.

GABINIUS " " " "

STATILIUS " " " "

COEPARIUS " " " "

CETHEGUS " " " "

AMBIORIX Ambassador of the Allobroges.

OLLOVICO " " " "

An old MAN.

PRIESTESSES and SERVANTS in
the Temple of Vesta.

GLADIATORS and WARRIORS.

ESCORT of the Allobroges.

Sulla's GHOST.
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SETTING

The first and second acts are laid in and near Rome, the third act in Etruria.


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CATILINE
A Drama in Three Acts
185O


FROM EARLY PLAYS
by
HENRIK IBSEN


TRANSLATED FROM THE NORWEGIAN BY ANDERS ORBECK, A. M.
Assistant Professor of English in the University of Montana

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