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Juno and the Paycock | Samuel French
What ud happen if I had to carry a bag o’ cement? Bunch of artificial flowers for vase. He is a type, becoming very common now in the Labour Movement, of a mind knowing enough to make the mass of his associates, who know less, a power, and too little to broaden that power for the benefit of all.
Mary I Mary does not answer, and sits silently on chair. Juno, I’m done with Joxer; he’s nothin’ but pqycock prognosticator an’ a I congratulate you, Mr. Shawn an’ I were friends, sir, to me he was all in all.
He folloivs Mary out door r. One crosses swiftly to Johnny ; the other, standing in front of the two furniture jubo, covers them with his gun.
The two furniture- removal men re-enter door R. How the hell do I know what he done it for? No, of course yous couldn’t — yous wanted to keep her company. He goes over to the press, takes out a plate and looks at if Sassigel Well, let her keep her sassige.
I’m afraid I can’t venture sctipt express an opinion on that point, Mrs. The door opens and a bearded man looking in says]: Sure, if it’s not our business, I don’t know whose business it is. Boyle jumping up from chair.
Juno and the Paycock
An’ what were you doin’ while he was takin’ them? Johnny, Johnny 1 Mary rushing jumo her place to Mrs. JOHNNY appearing in his shirt and trousers at the door on left; his face is anxious and his voice is tremulous. Mary, I want to speak to you for a few moments, may 1 1 Mary remains silent.
I don’t know why you wanted to walk out for Jennie Claffey; up to this you never had a good word for her. Boyle jumps from his chair in a frenzy of ragCt and goes round R. Tancred’s son passin’ the house? What’ll we do if he refuses to give us any more on tick? Bentuam getting stick and hat, going out with Mary, door r. In a hazy way, notices chairs are gone.
Juno and the paycock / Sean O’Casey
An’ constantly singin’, no less, when he ought always to be on his knees offerin’ up a Novena for a job! Get wan o’ the labourers to carry you down in a hod! The anchor’s weighed, farewell, ree. She goes tbe door r. Boyle at chest of drawers, fills out whisky in a glass, brings it with a small jug of water, to Mrs.
Two amber strips at door, l. Are you sure you said nothin’ to him? Ah, none o’ them thricks for Joxerl It’s betther to be a coward than a corpse! Boyle places chair l. They leave the room, and go down.