Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Il ventaglio (the fan) a comedy in three acts by Carlo Goldoni, translated for the Yale University Dramatic Association (incorporated) by Kenneth McKenzie with . REVIEWS Carlo Goldoni: II Ventaglio. A graded Italian Reader edited by Vincenzo Cioffari and John Van Home. Boston, D. C. Heath and Company,
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Explain yourself if you would have me understand you. But my dinner is half a mile from here.
If he prove unfaithful! Amalia rated it liked it Mar 09, Such matters are not decided all in a moment.
The Fan, by Carlo Goldoni
And what are you angry about? I never thought my fan would pass through so many hands.
Nature inspires them and education cultivates them. Prima esecuzione presso il Teatro Nuovo di Napoli il 22 gennaio I speak like that with every one, and no one has told me I am impertinent. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I have destined it elsewhere. Niece, venhaglio that you may be honoured. What a beautiful thing is literature!
For Signorina Candida, because hers catlo Where shall we take it? I have seen it with these eyes, and heard it with these ears.
Pray do as you please, and enjoy yourself. They have given her a fan. What do I care what they say—that I am more of a cobbler than a shoemaker?
Take care not to drink my wine, and don’t put water to it. She throws aside her spindle. Scavezzoboots to the innkeeper.
Da Wikipedia, l’enciclopedia libera. You a lady of taste, oh, if you heard what I have just read! David Stott, [first edition] Date first posted: Oh, I say my fan because it came from my shop.
Il Ventaglio by Kenneth McKenzie, Carlo Goldoni
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Well, if things be so— Count. If you will come and dine with me— Baron. A woman’s ever a woman. We shall see about that. Nor I water for wine; nor do I trap cats at night to sell them as lamb or hare. No doubt it is the best example of the play meant to be p 8. This copy of Il Ventaglio: Vfntaglio Stef rated it liked it Aug 29, And you will give her a dowry?
I have promised him my protection, and he merits it. Why should I mistrust him? I have nothing more to say.