The Wild Duck
by Henrik Ibsen (Author)
At WERLE’S house. A richly and comfortably furnished study; bookcases and upholstered furniture; a
writing−table, with papers and documents, in the centre of the room; lighted lamps with green shades, giving a
subdued light. At the back, open folding−doors with curtains drawn back. Within is seen a large and handsome
room, brilliantly lighted with lamps and branching candle−sticks. In front, on the right (in the study), a small
baize door leads into WERLE’S Office. On the left, in front, a fireplace with a glowing coal fire, and farther back
a double door leading into the dining−room.