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The First Distiller: A Comedy - Characters Post by :gabby Category :Plays Author :Leo Tolstoy Date :May 2012 Read :1809

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The First Distiller: A Comedy - Characters

A PEASANT.

{ WIFE.
HIS { MOTHER.
{ GRANDFATHER.
{ LITTLE DAUGHTER.

A NEIGHBOUR.

FOUR VILLAGE ELDERS.

OLD WOMEN, WOMEN, GIRLS AND LADS.


THE CHIEF OF THE DEVILS.

HIS SECRETARY.

A DANDY IMP.

THE OFFICIALS' IMP.

THE PEASANTS' IMP.

SENTINELS, DOORKEEPERS AND IMPS.

First Distiller: A comedy (1886)

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