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Olaf Liljekrans - Act 3 Scene 9 Post by :smfissel Category :Plays Author :Henrik Ibsen Date :May 2012 Read :2300

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THIRD ACT SCENE IX

(The Preceding. INGEBORG comes hurriedly out of the hut and pulls HEMMING behind her.)


INGEBORG.
Here I am! Hemming has found me!

ALL.
(ASTONISHED)
Ingeborg and Hemming! Up here!

ARNE.
(Irritated.)
Ah, then shall--

INGEBORG.
(Throws herself about his neck.)
O father, father! It will not avail you; you have given your word!

ARNE.
But that did not apply to him! Now I see it all right; he has taken you away himself.

INGEBORG.
No, to the contrary, father! It was I who took him away!

ARNE.
(Frightened.)
Will you be silent with such words! Are you out of your head?

INGEBORG.
(Softly.) Then say "yes" right here on the spot! Otherwise I shall proclaim to all people that it was I who--

ARNE.
Hush, hush! I am saying "yes"!

(Steps between them and looks sternly at HEMMING.)

ARNE.
It was you then who stole my dapple-gray horse with saddle and bridle?

HEMMING.
Alas, Lord Arne!--

ARNE.
O Hemming! Hemming! You are a--
(Stops to consider.)

ARNE.
Well, you are my daughter's betrothed; let it all be forgotten.

HEMMING AND INGEBORG.
O, thanks, thanks!

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