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The Harvard Chapter of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity has decided to present this year, for its thirteenth annual dramatic revival, the first part of the Elizabethan play, "The Fair Maid of the West," by Thomas Heywood.
"The Fair Maid of the West" is a romantic drama dealing with the fortunes of Bess Bridges and her lover, Captain Spencer. The scenes shift rapidly from English taverns to Spanish galleons and pirate ships, and to the coast of Morocco. The play is characterized by skilfully drawn contrasts between familiar events of English domestic life and the romantic episodes of sea-roving and foreign travel.
The places and times of the performances have not yet been definitely settled, but it is likely that five productions will be given during the week of March 13.
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