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'The Sea Woman's Cloak'

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A Play by AMELIE Rives (Princess Troubetskoy)
The Persons :
Colum Dara , a fisherman
Michael Dara , his younger brother Ganore, a sea-woman
Widow Dara. mother of Michael and Colum Sara Darcy , a young vixenish woman A Priest
Neighbours; Voices of the sea-women, Ganore's
Sisters
The Scenes :
I. A cave opening in a great arch on the sea, with rocks at its mouth, and the sea gushing among them. The tide is at the flow and the moon shining.
II. The kitchen in Kathleen Dara 's cottage.
III. The same, but twenty years later.
Faith in the old gods dies hard; and per. baps it is this that keeps them still immortal.
To this day the Irish fisherfolk of the West believe that, if due rites be observed on the sea's edge, a sea-woman, a daughter of the gods, will cast ashore her crimson cloak. And if a man take it up, her love goes with it; and she will follow after him to be his mate and comrade, come what may of it.

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'The Sea Woman's Cloak'

2LO London, 24 September 1928 21.50






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