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Mr. Punch's Dramatic Sequels

St. John Emile Clavering Hankin (1869-1909)

1. <em>Alcestis</em> - Hercules Victus
2. <em>Hamlet</em> - The New Wing at Elsinore
3. <em> Much Ado About Nothing</em> - More Ado About Nothing
4. <em>The Critic</em> - The Other Critic
5. <em>The School for Scandal</em> - The Relapse of Lady Teazle
6. <em>She Stoops to Conquer</em> - Still Stooping
7. <em>The Lady of Lyons</em> - In The Lyons Den
8. <em>Caste</em> - The Vengence of Caste
9. <em>Patience, or, Bunthorne's Bride</em> - Out of Patience, or, Bunthorne Avenged
10. <em>The Second Mrs. Tanqueray</em> - The Third Mrs. Tanqueray
11. <em>The Lady from the Sea</em> - The Lady on the Sea
12. <em>Caesar and Cleopatra</em> - Octavian and Cleopatra
13. <em>The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith</em> - The Unfortunate Mr. Ebbsmith
14. <em>A Dramatized Version of Omar Khayyam</em> - Omar and Oh My

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Summary

A collection of short and humorous one-act "sequels" to 14 major plays (many already in the catalog). Plays end too soon. They never show the whole of what I want to know. The curtain falls and I'm perplexed with doubts about what happened next. Did HAMLET'S father haunt no more the battlements of Elsinore? Does LADY TEAZLE never call at LADY SNEERWELL'S now at all? Was BENEDICK'S a happy marriage? And will the MELNOTTES keep a carriage? Will AUBREY take to wife one day another MRS. TANQUERAY? Do ECCLES and his stepson wrangle? Has anything been heard of DANGLE? What has become of MRS. WANGEL? I've asked again and yet again these questions hitherto in vain! I sought the answers near and far. At length they came, and here they are:-