Judith has taunted Allan with the possibility of her marrying an
JUDITH. [Enters from the background, wearing a hooded rain coat and carrying an umbrella; otherwise exquisitely dressed, in long skirt and with her hair put up] Is that you, Allan!
ALLAN. [Turning around, surveys JUDITH carefully] Is that you, Judith?
JUDITH. You don't know me any longer? Where have you been all this time? What are you looking at? My long dress—and my hair—You have not seen me like this before?
JUDITH. Do I look like a married woman?
[ALLAN turns away from her.]
JUDITH. [Earnestly] What are you doing here?
ALLAN. I am saying good-bye.
JUDITH. What? You are going—away?
ALLAN. I am transferred to Norrland.
JUDITH. [Dumbfounded] To Norrland? When are you going?
JUDITH. Whose doing is this?
ALLAN. Your father's.
JUDITH. That's what I thought!
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