Silas Marner

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Silas Marner 
 - Frederick Warde

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Sarah, the School Mistress - -
             - - Louise Bates

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"To Think That I Have Loved You
  Since You Were a Child, and
     at Last, You Have Con-
      sented to Be My Wife."

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A False Friend - Morgan Jones

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On Sunday Morning.

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"You Escort Sarah, the Deacon Is
 Ill and I Must Take Him Home."

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In the Morning.

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"The Deacon Died Last Night, and
     the Church Money Has 
          Been Stolen."

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"Yes, the Knife is Mine, I Don't
 Remember When I Took It
     From My Pocket."

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Silas is Tried by the Members
     of the Congregation.

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"Brethren, if the Spirit Tells You
   Silas Marner is Guilty, Rise."

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"False Friend and False Sweetheart,
    My Cup of Misery is Full to
         Overflowing."

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Silas Marner Establishes Himself
 in a Distant Town -- His Heart
   Embittered Against the 
           World.

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The Love for Gold Comes into
 Silas Marner's Lonely Heart.

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As the Years Pass -- His Love
  for Gold Becomes His
      Ruling Passion.

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The Squire's Elder Son Collects
  the Rentals for His Father.
The Elder Son - Thomas Curran

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The Squire's Younger Son - -
              - - Hector Dion

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"You'd Better Not Let Father See
   You in This Condition."

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Several Hours Later.

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"How Would You Like to Marry
   This Gentleman and Get
      a Lot of Money?"

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After the Brothers Return 
     to Their Home.

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"A Goodly Lot of Gold Comes to
    Your Purse Each Year,
       Master Marner!"

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As the Months Pass the Younger
 Brother Constantly Demands
        Hush Money.

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"Well Then, Give Me Your Horse,
      to Ride at the Hunt."

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The Following Day.

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"Don't Worry About Your Brother --
  He Probably Ran Off Because He 
       Killed Your Horse."

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"My Gold! My Dear Lost Gold!
   It Has Come Back to Me!"

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"You'll Find the Doctor at 
       the Squire's."

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"Please Sir, I Want the Doctor."

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"A Poor Woman Needs You,
        Doctor."

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"You Are Poor and I Am Rich --
  You Must Take This for
     the Little One."

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Three Years Pass.

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On a Sunday Morning, Ten
      Years Later.

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The Child, (Grown to Womanhood)
         - - Kathryn Adams

Her Betrothed - -
         - - Edwin Stanley

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Some Weeks Later.

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"I'm Having the Old Stone Pit Drained --
    That Will Make Your Property
           More Valuable."

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"This Solves the Mystery of My 
   Brother's Disappearance."

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"See -- Here is My Lost Gold!"

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"Everything Comes to Light
     When God Wills."

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"Your Adopted Daughter is My Child,
  and I Have Come to Claim Her."

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"God Gave Her to Me Because You
   Turned Your Back on Her!"

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End.


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