Solange and her sister, Claire, are servants in Madame’s household.
START: Madame … At last! Madame is dead! ...laid out on the linoleum … strangled by the dish-gloves. What? Oh, Madame may remain seated … Madame may call me Mademoiselle Solange … Exactly. It’s because of what I’ve done.
END: No, no she must not forget my devotion … And in spite of my forbidding it, Madame continues to stroll about the apartment. She will please sit down … and listen to me … [To Claire] Claire … we’re raving!
Jean Genet. The Maids and Deathwatch: Two Plays by Jean Genet. Grove Press: 1962. p.91-5
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