Her Own Way

A Play in Four Acts

Author: Clyde Fitch
Published: 1907
Language: English
Wordcount: 29,130 / 100 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 84.4
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 383
Added to site: 2005.07.04
mnybks.net#: 10746
Genre: Drama
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me!

CHRISTOPHER. Oh, we're having the beautifulest time, Auntie!

PHILIP. Great!

ELAINE. Perfectly lovely!

TOOTS. Um! Ice cream! Lots!

GEORGIANA. That's good! Stuff all you can, Toots! Are you ready to cut the cake?

ALL THE CHILDREN. Yes! Yes!

PHILIP. We waited for you.

CHRISTOPHER. We wouldn't let grandma.

[GEORGIANA drops her furs on the sofa and then comes to the table.

GEORGIANA. There's a ring in it. Whoever gets it will be married in a year.

[Starts to cut the cake.

TOOTS. I want the ring!

PHILIP. Hush up, you're only a baby!

[A loud knock on the door Left.

GEORGIANA. Oh, yes, I forgot. Cousin Sam wants to wish you many happy returns, Philip. May he come in?

PHILIP. Pshaw! Another man!

CHRISTOPHER. [In a "stagewhisper" to ELAINE.] He's the one--auntie's sweetheart!

GEORGIANA. [Amused.] Nonsense, Christopher, that's silly talk. Stop that

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