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simple writing-table with a bell button within reach of her hand. There is a Chip-
pendale chair further back in the room between her and the window nearest her
side. At the other side of the room, further forward, is an Elizabethan chair
roughly carved in the taste of Inigo Jones. On the same side a piano in a deco-
rated case. The corner between the fireplace and the window is occupied by a di-
van cushioned in Morris chintz.

It is between four and five in the afternoon.

The door is opened violently; and Higgins enters with his hat on. -

MRS HIGGINS

(dismayed)

Henry

(scolding him)!

What are you doing here to-day? It is my at-home day: you prom-
ised not to come.

(As he bends to kiss her, she takes his hat off, and presents it to him).

HIGGINS

Oh bother!
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