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ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY. TFIS^ATRE GUILD. *JUNO A|.lD THE PAYCOCK”. BY. SEAN O’CASEY. AT THE I{UT. Monday. May 3l. Tuesday – — June 1. Wedrcday. Title. Juno and the paycock / Sean O’Casey. Author. O’Casey, Sean, Availability. Distributed by the University of Oxford under a Creative Commons. We need this text in an online format (preferrably not split but in one piece).’ and find homework help for other Juno and the Paycock questions at eNotes.

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Tancred comin’ down to go to the hospital — I forgot all about them bringin’ the body to the church to-night.

Bentham ayid Boyle sit down on their chairs, facing audience. I remember it well. Here ho is, Mr. Mary back of table. Boyle crosses over to fire again y and sits in chair, in an agitated state. Mary stands behind the chair payvock Boyle. Bring us in a dhrink o’ wather.

Bentham, in this chair by the pwycock. Boyle comes dovmstage r. His clothes are dingy, and he wears a faded rext cap with a glazed peak. Would you prefer the green or the blue ribbon round me hair, Charlie?

This is me husband ; Mr Boyle, Mr. I’ll slip on me oul’ moleskins afther breakfast, an’ we can saunther down at our ayse. Boyle with suppressed agitation. This is a very sudden demand, Mrs.


I haven’t time to listen to you now — I have to go. Boyle turns round to Joxer, who is standing on his r. She thinks violently for a second. The hour is past now when we’ll ask the employers’ permission to wear what we like.

Well, if you’d been in for your breakfast you’d ha’ seen him. Come on, come on; that doesn’t matther; I’m masther now, an’ Tue goin’ to remain masther. There’s nothin’ like a ball o’ malt occasional like — too pzycock of it isn’t good.

Joxer flies to wmdow, back 0. Ah, a cup o’ tay’s a darlin’ thing, a daaarlin’ thing — the cup that cheers but doesn’t. Aw, one o’ Mary’s; she’s always readin’ lately — nothin’ but thrash, too. Why, I don’t know; I often thought to myself that he wasn’t the man poor Jerry was, but I couldn’t help loving him, all the same. Oh, that’s shockin’; ah, man’s inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn!

Boyle inside room l. Boyle runs over and catches him in her arms. Is Johnny not well, Mrs. The two of us was ofen in a tight corner. Ah, I’m not too well at all; I suffer terrible with pains in me legs.

Not like some jujo the dhressed-up dolls that’s knockin’ about lookin’ for men when it’s a skelpin’ they want. Boyle rising to his feet. Gwan, Jack, put on a record. Silver coin, like a tixpenoe, for Botls. Say aw rewaeawr, but not good-bye.


Some men become Yogi in a short time, it may take others millions of years. He stops outside door L. I suppose he thinks I’ll set him up, but he’s wrong shipped.

Still an’ all, he died a noble death, an’ we’ll bury him like a king, MRS.

Juno and the paycock / Sean O’Casey

She vigorously replaces the pan and the sausages in the press. He sits still for a few monumts ; then gets up very slowly, crosses texg behind table, and goes to dresser. He jjuno me to get her married at wanst. I never heard him usin’ a curse; I don’t believe he was ever dhrunk in his life — sure he’s not like a Christian at all! Go on, go on, march 1 Johnny.

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This is a very sudden demand, Mrs. Are you be yourself? He turns to look around the room, and catches sight of the bottle of stout on the table. Your little, tiny, white hand — arc you takin’ leave o’ your senses, man?