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John Woodvil; A Tragedy - Characters Post by :mr.shih Category :Plays Author :Charles Lamb Date :May 2012 Read :3312

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John Woodvil; A Tragedy - Characters

(1798-1802. Text of 1818)



CHARACTERS

SIR WALTER WOODVIL.

JOHN. }
SIMON. } his sons.

LOVEL. }
GRAY. } Pretended friends of John.

SANDFORD. Sir Walter's old steward.
MARGARET. Orphan ward of Sir Walter.
FOUR GENTLEMEN. John's riotous companions.
SERVANTS.

SCENE--for the most part at Sir Walter's mansion
in DEVONSHIRE; at other times in the forest of
SHERWOOD.

TIME--soon after the RESTORATION.

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