The Dominant Sex: A Play in Three Acts by Annie Nathan Meyer

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Annie Nathan Meyer
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Date of release
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118
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9781331768234
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Excerpt from The Dominant Sex: A Play in Three Acts

The Persons of the Play

In the order of their appearance

Mrs. John Mason, Prominent society woman, distinguished for her philanthropy and public spirit, running for the Presidency of the Federation of the Clubs.

Mrs. Deming, Secretary to Mrs> Mason.

John Mason, Important Financier.

Mrs. Oliver T. H. Norton, Beautiful, frivolous society woman.

A Maid.

Mademoiselle.

Mrs. Sampson-Black, Professional platform speaker.

Office Boy.

Rose Malone, Telephone Girl.

James Ewing, Secretary to John Mason.

Mrs. Alexander Mortimer.

Perkins.

Mary.

Miss Lillian Ray, Report from the Evening Whril.

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