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The Duchess Of Padua - THE PERSONS OF THE PLAY Post by :Zuess Category :Plays Author :Oscar Wilde Date :June 2011 Read :2601

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The Duchess Of Padua - THE PERSONS OF THE PLAY

THE PERSONS OF THE PLAY

 

Simone Gesso, Duke of Padua
Beatrice, his Wife
Andreas Pollajuolo, Cardinal of Padua
Maffio Petrucci, }
Jeppo Vitellozzo, } Gentlemen of the Duke's Household
Taddeo Bardi, }
Guido Ferranti, a Young Man
Ascanio Cristofano, his Friend
Count Moranzone, an Old Man
Bernardo Cavalcanti, Lord Justice of Padua
Hugo, the Headsman
Lucy, a Tire woman

servants, Citizens, Soldiers, Monks, Falconers with their hawks and
dogs, etc.

 

Place: Padua
Time: The latter half of the Sixteenth Century
Style of Architecture: Italian, Gothic and Romanesque.

 


THE SCENES OF THE PLAY
ACT I. The Market Place of Padua (25 minutes).
ACT II. Room in the Duke's Palace (36 minutes).
ACT III. Corridor in the Duke's Palace (29 minutes).
ACT IV. The Hall of Justice (31 minutes).
ACT V. The Dungeon (25 minutes).



Content of THE PERSONS OF THE PLAY (Oscar Wilde's play/drama: The Duchess of Padua)

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