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To Clothe the Naked and Two Other Plays (the…

To Clothe the Naked and Two Other Plays (the Rules of the Game, and the…

by Luigi Pirandello

Other authors: William Murray (Translator & Introduction)

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To Clothe the Naked and Two Other Plays contains three plays by Luigi Pirandello:

-- "To Clothe the Naked";
--"the Rules of the Game; and
-- "The Pleasure of Honesty."

Please do not combine this collection with any of the individual plays, or with other any collection including different Works. Thank you.
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After Rafe, a runaway slave, stows away on a ship that wrecks off an island near the Eastern Shore, he is helped by thirteen-year-old Molly, and the two of them share an adventure involving pirates, spies, and a lost treasure.

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