Henry Arthur Jones (1851-1929) a successful English playwright and commentator on "all forms of dramatic art," offers "essays in burlesque, serious drama, comedy and tragedy," laments the lack of venues for one-act plays, and sets forth three one-acts of his own. Oscar Wilde quipped that "There are three rules for writing plays. The first rule is not to write like Henry Arthur Jones; the second and third rules are the same."
An uplifting story of a man who loses his way in life and drops out of society. He is rescued from living rough by a group of caring people, he is rehabilitated and finds true Love and happieness.
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