Scripts For Sale
"Never Bet The Devil Your Head"
by Edgar Allen Poe
Adapted for The Stage by D. Chapelle
The first part of this short comedy is a narrative that serves to make you wonder if Poe is talking about himself. The narrator describes his friend Toby Dammit whose favorite phrase is, "I'll bet the Devil my head!" In the story, the narrator and his friend are taking a walk in the country, when they come to an old covered bridge with a turnstile in the centre. Dammit claims he can leap over it using his favourite epithet of "betting the devil his head". As he prepares to leap, a strange little man appears...
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