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Ugh! STUDENT. What else? YOUNG LADY. To be awakened at night and have to gel up to fasten the window-catch ... because the maid has forgotten to. STUDENT. What else? YOUNG LADY. To climb up a ladder and mend the cord of the damper when she has tom it off. STUDENT. What else? : To sweep after her, to dust after her, to make a fire in the tile stove after her - she just puts in the wood! " turning around. To watch the dampers, to dry the glasses. re-lay the table, uncork the bottles. open the windows to air the rooms.
It is from this isle of the blessed that the ghostly Milkmaid emanates. This explains why she wears ~ummer clothes even though she was drowned in the winter. And it is to this isle that the Young Lady journeys forth in the final tableau. The house of earthly existence - the Old Man's realm - has collapsed and in its place we see its spiritual counterpart, "a home without dust," the Isle of the Dead, "the station of rest or the first summer vacation" as Strindberg calls it in one of his Blue Books.
Folds Ihe paper and Ihmws it on the lable. IE (IIISS) like her, hmm, that she'd rather stay home with the servants than go with her father to visit relatives, during midsummer! Sits down at the end of the table, takes off his left boot. KRISTIN. She's probably embillTassed after that uproar with her fiance. JEAN. Probably. He was a man to stand his ground, though. Do you know how it happened, Kristin? I saw it, you know, though r didn't let on I had. KRISTIN. You saw it, did you? Up to the table.