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A man stands in the rain at the door of a house, speaking to a servant. He is roughly dressed and carries a sack and a suitcase. He asks for "Terasina," and is spoken to condescendingly by the servant, who tells him there is nobody there by that name.

The man insists he is looking for "Terasina, the singer," and the servant realizes that he is indeed talking about the lady of the house, who he knows as Madame Sina Marnis. The servant is amused to learn her real name is simply Terasina. He asks who the man is, continuing to speak down to him.

The man, dripping wet, impatiently asks him to tell Terasina that Micuccio is here. When he is told that she is at the theater, performing, he asks for "Aunt Marta." The servant, assuming he must be a relative...

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