The Lady of Lyons

The Lady of Lyons

Author: Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton

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The New Timon

Author: Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton

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The Lady of Lyons

The Lady of Lyons

Author: Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton

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The Lady Of Lyons

The Lady Of Lyons

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The Lady of Lyons Or Love and Pride

The Lady of Lyons  Or  Love and Pride

The Lady of Lyons; Or, Love and Pride by Baron Edward Bulwer Lytton

Author: Baron Edward Bulwer Lytton

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The Lady of Lyons; Or, Love and Pride by Baron Edward Bulwer Lytton
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The Lady of Lyons

The Lady of Lyons

Author: Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton

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The Lady of Lyons Or Love and Pride

The Lady of Lyons  Or  Love and Pride

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Author: Baron Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton

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The Lady of Lyons Or Love and Pride a Play

The Lady of Lyons Or Love and Pride  a Play

Enter Servant. Servant. Monsieur Beauseant, Madam. Mme. Deschap. Let him enter. Pauline, this is another offer!-I know it is!-Your father should engage an additional clerk to keep the account-book of your conquests. Enter BEAUSEANT.

Author: Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton, Baron

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ACT I.—SCENE I. A room in the house of M. DESCHAPPELLES, at Lyons. PAULINE reclining on a sofa; MARIAN, her maid, fanning her—Flowers and notes on a table beside the sofa—MADAME DESCHAPPELLES seated—The gardens are seen from the open window. Mme. Deschap. Marian, put that rose a little more to the left.—[MARIAN alters the position of a rose in PAULINE's hair.]—Ah, so!—that improves the hair,—the tournure, the j'e ne sais quoi!—You are certainly very handsome, child!—quite my style;—I don't wonder that you make such a sensation!—Old, young, rich, and poor, do homage to the Beauty of Lyons!—Ah, we live again in our children,—especially when they have our eyes and complexion! Pauline [languidly]. Dear mother, you spoil your Pauline!—[Aside.] I wish I knew who sent me these flowers! Mme. Deschap. No, child!—If I praise you, it is only to inspire you with a proper ambition.—You are born to make a great marriage.—Beauty is valuable or worthless according as you invest the property to the best advantage. Marian, go and order the carriage! [Exit MARIAN. Pauline. Who can it be that sends me, every day, these beautiful flowers?—how sweet they are! Enter Servant. Servant. Monsieur Beauseant, Madam. Mme. Deschap. Let him enter. Pauline, this is another offer!—I know it is!—Your father should engage an additional clerk to keep the account-book of your conquests. Enter BEAUSEANT.
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