Edition 1st Edition
First Published 1984
eBook Published 19 March 1984
Pub. location New York
Pages 126 pages
eBook ISBN 9780429238888
Churchill, C. (1984). Cloud Nine. New York: Routledge, https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203826874
First published in 1984. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
BETTY Anyone at allto break the monotony. CLIVE But you have your mother. You have Ellen. BETTY Ellen is a governess. My mother is my mother. CLIVE I hoped when she came to visit she would be com
joshua think another drink, and send for the children,
MAUD Clive, I heard drums. We are not children. CLIVE Of course you heard drums. The tribes are con
MAUD Of course we willcare for her. CLIVE Harry willbe here at once. Betty goes.
EDWARD Goodnight, grandmother. Edward goes. MAUD Shall I help Mrs. Saunders indoors? I'm afraid she CLIVE Shall I give her an arm? MAUD How kind of you Clive. I think I strong enough.
JOSHUA There are many bad men, sir. I pray about it. Jesus willprotect us.
CLIVE A boy has no business having feelings. HARRY Hide and seek. I'll be it. Everybody must hide. This is the base, you have to get home to base. EDWARD Hide and seek, hide and seek. HARRY Can we persuade the ladies to join us? MAUD I'm playing. I love games.
HARRY It is safe, I suppose? This is very much my territory willkeep an open eye. HARRY Well I must give them a hundred. You don't know
BE'ITY Ellen, whatever are you doing? It's not a joke. ELLEN I'm sorry, Betty. You're so pretty. HarryBagley
EDWARD She's mine and she loves me and she won't be
BE'ITY Edward, you were wonderful.
if we could get a house and all live in it together? It