(From the publisher):
Full title: "In the Tents of the Shepherd Prince: A Folk-Play in Six Episodes. Being the true chronicle of the long journeys and strange adventures of one Sarai, wife of the patriarch Abraham, who shared his hard trek from Padan-Aram, passing by the ancient city of Damascus and skirting the Great Desert, to the Land of Canaan - driven thence by famine to the Land of Egypt and returning at long last to Beersheba where she dwelt until her final small pilgrimage to the burial-cave of Machpelah at Hebron."
In this poetic drama Mrs. Miller tells one of the oldest - and one of the immortal - tales of womanhood, the biblical story of Sarai. Mrs. Miller's feelings for the poetic qualities of this story are indicated not only in the beautiful songs used throughout the play, but also in the careful texture of the verse speeches.
Original title: In the Tents of the Shepherd Prince
Genre: Drama and Plays→ Religious And Holiday