Epicene, or the Silent Woman


  • Morose, A gentleman that loves no noise
  • Sir Dauphine Eugenie, A Knight, Morose's nephew
  • Ned Clerimont, A Gentleman, Dauphine's friend
  • True-wit, Dauphine's other friend
  • Epicoene, A young Gentlewoman. Supposedly the silent woman
  • Sir John Daw, A Knight, Epicoene's servant
  • Sir Amorous la Foole, A Knight
  • Thom. Otter, A land and sea Captain
  • Cutbeard, A barber
  • Mute, One of Morose's servants
  • Mad. Haughty, Ladies Collegiates
  • Mad. Centaure, Ladies Collegiates
  • Mrs. Mauis, Ladies Collegiates
  • Mrs. Trusty, The Lady Haughty's woman
  • Mrs. Otter, The Captain's wife
  • Parson
  • Pages
  • Servants

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