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Ghosts - DRAMATIS PERSONAE Post by :Bill_V Category :Plays Author :Henrik Ibsen Date :May 2011 Read :3251

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Ghosts - DRAMATIS PERSONAE

DRAMATIS PERSONAE

Mrs. Alving (a widow).
Oswald Alving (her son, an artist).
Manders (the Pastor of the parish).
Engstrand (a carpenter).
Regina Engstrand (his daughter, in Mrs Alving's service).

The action takes place at Mrs Alving's house on one of the larger
fjords of Western Norway.)

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