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Beaumont and Fletcher.  Philaster.
The Harvard Classics.  1909–14.
 
Dramatis Personæ
 
 
[KING
PHILASTER, Heir to the Crown of Sicily.
PHARAMOND, Prince of Spain.
DION, a Lord.
CLEREMONT,
THRASILINE, Noble Gentlemen, his associates.
An Old Captain.
Five Citizens.
A Country Fellow.
Two Woodmen.
The King’s Guard and Train.
ARETHUSA, Daughter of the King.
EUPHRASIA, Daughter of DION, but disguised like a Page and called BELLARIO.
MEGRA, a lascivious Lady.
GALATEA, a wise modest Lady attending the Princess.
Two other Ladies.


SCENE.—MESSINA AND ITS NEIGHBORHOOD]
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