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Sacontala (Jones 1870)

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For other versions of this work, see Śakuntalā.

 

SACONTALA;

 

OR,

 

THE FATAL RING.

 

AN INDIAN DRAMA BY

 

Cálidás.

 

REPRINTED FROM THE TRANSLATION OF

 

SIR WILLIAM JONES.

 
 

LONDON :
CHARLTON TUCKER,
21, NORTHUMBERLAND STREET.
1870.

Front matter(not individually listed)

 

Persons of the Drama.




Dushmanta Emperor of India.
Sacontalá the Heroine of the piece.
Anusúyá Damsels attendant on her.
Priyamvadá
Madhávya the Emperor's Buffoon.
Gautamí an old female Hermit.
Sárngarava two Bráhmens.
Sáradwata
Canna Foster-Father of Sacontalá.
Cumbhílaca a Fisherman.
Misracésí a Nymph.
Mátali Charioteer of Indra.
A little Boy
Casyapa Deities, Parents of Indra.
Aditi
Officers of State and Police, Bráhmens, Damsels, Hermits, Pupils, Chamberlas, Warders of the Palace, Messengers, and Attendants.
 

Acts of the Play(not individually listed)


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This work was published before January 1, 1925, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.