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Mr. Pim Passes By

A. A. Milne

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Book Excerpt: 
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(George comes in from terrace, a typical, narrow-minded, honest country gentleman of forty odd. Brian rises hurriedly and crosses to above piano to R. Dinah rises and stands by fireplace. Olivia unfolds curtains and prepares to sew.)

George (at the windows–he does not see Brian). Hullo! Hullo! Hullo! What's all this about a Mr. Pim? Who is he? Where is he? (He puts his cap on table, and comes down, into room.) I had most important business with Lumsden, and the girl comes down and cackles about a Mr, Pim, or Ping, or something. Where did I put his card? (Bringing it out.) Carraway Pim. Never heard of him in my life, (Moves back to writing-table and puts down card.)

Dinah. He said he had a letter of introduction, Uncle George.

George. Oh, you saw him, did you! (Comes down C. to R.) Yes, that reminds me, there was a letter–(he brings it out and reads it).

Dinah. He had to send a telegram. He. . . Read More

Community Reviews

A very entertaining play. It's easy to imagine it played out on stage and the plot is rather surprising. I would certainly recommend reading it as I enjoyed it very much.

I really enjoyed reading this play, as it made me smile and feel fuzzy just by virtue of it being so British. I could easily imagine the characters and the dialogue was very well-written.

Love comedy and Milnes

The comedy in three acts was brilliant, a story in fun yet could happen in reality even in our times.

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