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Dear Brutus
J. M. Barrie

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DEAR BRUTUS 

By J M Barrie 

ACT I 

The scene is a darkened room, which the curtain reveals so stealthily
that if there was a mouse on the stage it is there still.  Our object
is to catch our two chief characters unawares; they are Darkness and
Light. 

The room is so obscure as to be invisible, but at the back of the
obscurity are French windows, through which is seen Lob's garden
bathed in moon-shine.  The Darkness and Light, which this room and
garden represent, are very still, but we should feel that it is only
the pause in which old enemies regard each other before they come to
the grip.  The moonshine stealing about among the flowers, to give
them their last instructions, has left a smile upon them, but it is a
smile with a menace in it for the dwellers in darkness.  What we

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