Poetical Tragedies

Morning: A Tragedy in Five Acts.

by William Wilfred Campbell


 

DRAMATIS PERSONÆ


 

LEONATUS, a noble-minded citizen and merchant of Avos.

 

VULPINUS, a clever and scheming citizen, who is envious of Leonatus and would supplant him.

 

PROTINUS, the chief of the nobility of the city, and father of Varra, who loves Morning.

 

SLINK, a creature of Vulpinus.

 

BLUFF, steward and secretary to Leonatus.

 

GROWL }  Plundering schemers who would oppress and rob the city. 
SNOUT
GROSS

 

High Priest of the city.

 

VARRA, a young noble ,in love with Morning, daughter of Leonatus.

 

DESPOND, a young noble, the friend of Varra.

 

POSE } Two decadents who affect the society of the city and preach despair and rottenness.
LANGUID

 

MORNING, a beautiful young girl, daughter of Leonatus.

 

LUPINA, a clever and beautiful woman, who loves Varra and schemes with Vulpinus.

 

Priests, lords, merchants, people and mob.