By Zora Neale Hurston; Kathy A Perkins
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The plumes is what cost. Look at the hacks—(Counts) I believe to my soul there's eight. Charity goes to the washtub) Want these cups washed up? I got to get these clothes out. How's the patient today? When she ain't 'sleep she suffers so; but she sleeps mostly. Just hand me a pan of warm water and I'll soon find out just what's what. (Bustles about fixing water—looking toward dress Tildy is working on) Poor little Emmerline's been wanting a white dress trimmed with torshon a long time—now she's got it and it looks like—well—(Hesitates) t'warn't made to wear.
It's my daughter's wedding—and I'll see to that! You'll have to admit that the girls will envy May marrying my boy John. You don't know who May is; she's got blue blood in her veins. I'll admit May's sweet and pretty, but she is no match for John. If I told you something about my May—who she is—you'd be struck dumb. but I am curious! I bet you is—you'd fall flat if I told you who she is. Who is May? that Peachtree Street blue blood—CAP'N McCALLISTER—don't you know him? Y—e—s, I've heard of him.
Page 24 Plumes CHARACTERS CHARITY BROWN, EMMERLINE BROWN, the mother the daughter TILDY, the friend DOCTOR SCOTT, physician Scene: A poor cottage in the South. Time: Contemporary. on table. A groaning is heard from the inner room. Yes, my baby, jus' you wait—I'm acoming. , 80 Richmond Street East, Toronto M5C 1Pl. (Whispering) How is she? How near done is it? Ain't so much more to do. (Takes up dress from chair, looks at it) I'll do some on it. Whip that torshon on and turn down the hem in the skirt.