In The Sun, a soldier returns from the WWI front to reunite with his fiancée, only to discover that she has jilted him for another man. The girl is nervous and guilty; the man is ready to fight for his woman--but the soldier cannot bring himself to fight anymore. The sun is shining, the soldier has returned home, and he will let nothing stand in the way of his high spirits. John Galsworthy’s delightful one-act bursts with sunny cheer and the joy of being alive.
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