A peculiar play, composed of four one act comedies, soliloquies and skits, that through them the writer satirizes political and ethical manners in the early century. The metrical comedy 'Patatrakas the New Groom' expresses the upset the mobilization of Thessalika created in Athens , cancelled though, through the interference of the foreign powers. The Epidemic refers to the critical summer of 1881 that Athens lived because of the epidemic of the typhoid fever. The Periphery deals with the pre-election visit that a Member of Parliament makes in a village of Greece and 'Anaparadiadis' satirizes the tax policy imposed on the Greek people. The play includes also metrical dialogues of satiric poems with interpreters-heroes who come from the puppet-show.