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Shut the door, shut the door, quick, for God’s sake! Boyle leaves the back of table, ppaycock down to door R.

I suppose you were so busy with Joxer that you hadn’t time. She then sits down near the fire, and there is a few moments’ pause.

Mary goes over to door r. E-e-e-e-eh; it’s all nonsense; it was only a shadda he saw.

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The two furniture- removal men re-enter door R. She goes back round R. Bentham say what he has to say now. Them was days, Joxer, them was days.

When I was a sailor, I was always anr to meet with a wathery grave; an’, if they want to be soldiers, well, there’s no use o’ them squealin’ when they meet a soldier’s fate.

Christopher Steele, one Edmund O’Orady. Bentham; sit down, Mr. An’ what, in the name o’ God, did he do that for?


Brigct, Guh sayeree jeea aycra! Them was days, Joxer, them was days. Leaning against the dresser is a long-handled shovel — the kind invariably used by labourers when turning concrete or mixing mortar.

Madigan as she seizes the gramophone. BOYLE stirs to follow him; thinks of something to relieve the situation — stops, and says suddenly Joxer! He rushes out J MRS. We don’t want you, Mr. His work was very heavy and his wages were very small. An’, now, stretch yourself down on the bed for a little. Johnny, Johnny, what ails you?

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Joxer steps cautiously into the room by door r. Bentham that the whole counthry’s in a state o’ chassis. Boyle near door r. It’s the only bit I get in comfort when she’s away. Mary, with her head bent, crosses front of table, to chair that Boyle had occupied, l.

Why do you ass me that, why do you ass mo that? The two furniture-removal men re-erUer by door B. He is dressed in a brown coat, brown knee-breeches, grey stockings, a brown sweater, with a deep blue tie; he carries gloves and a walking-stick.

Juno and the paycock / Sean O’Casey

Himself’ll be here in a minute; he’s just takin’ off his trousers. Wan single, Bolithary tanner left out of all I borreyed.

Boyle retreats towards l. Boyle, pushed aside in the rush, goes back to the dresser, leaving the shovel back where he got it. MARY, It trxt matther what you say, ma — a laycock a principle. I hear all about Mrs. Then he rises, crosses stage slowly, behind table, to dresser, takes out the plate of sausages, returns to fire, puts the sausages on the pan, puts both on fire, sits down in chair, and attends to the sausages with a fork. Well, I’ll be off now.


Oh, indeed, he may well look. Bentham sits on chair given by Mrs.

I’m glad I’ve found you; you were stoppin’ at your aunt’s; I called there but you’d gone. When the Curtain rises, Johnny Boyle is sitting crouched in the armchair beside th fire.

Nothing really exists but this one Universal Life-Breath. Boyle runs to door u. First Man showing a paper. We’ll all have to mind her now. Ah, well, she may wear them. The pains in me legs is terrible! BOYLE is putting on her hat and coat. The two of us was ofen in a tight corner.