Plentiful Tewke

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Merry Mount - Plot - Act I
... All wait for Bradford to reappear, especially Plentiful Tewke, who has dared to accent her plain grey gown with a bow of flame-colored ribbon ... go out, leaving the minister alone with Plentiful Tewke and her father Praise-God ... The latter two whisper together for a moment before Plentiful pushes her father forward, herself withdrawing into the meeting house to observe what will happen meanwhile, on the ...

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