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Page 631 of Plays / by Clyde Fitch ; edited, with an introd., by Montrose J. Moses and Virginia Gerson. (vol. 4)

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THE CITY mother and Teresa And Bert seemed strange, too, when I met him outside. What have I done GEORGE. Nothing, Eleanor. ELEANOR. [Realizing what it may mean.] They think I believed what Hannock said That anything he would say against you could for one moment mean anything to me! GEORGE. You didn't believe Hannock ELEANOR. Not for one second! That's why I left the room. GEORGE. You'd better have stayed. ELEANOR. Why GEORGE. Because he told the truth! ELEANOR. How do you mean GEORGE. Everything he told me here, this afternoon, was true. ELEANOR. Not when I was here! When I 631

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