A Play in One Act by ANTHONY P. WHARTON
The two back rooms on the second floor of a tenement house in Whiteehapel are occupied by an unshaven, dirty, ape-like creature, namod
Lasson and his temporary lodger, one, Carter, who is ostensibly a writer seeking local colour in the East End. Putting their heads and two and two together, Lassen and his friend, Rutt, think it far more likely that Carter is the man the police are looking for in connection with a recent robbery.
Cecil Henry Carter:
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