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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Gawn, Joxer; thry another wan. Joxer moving to the door. A knock at the door r. Bentham rises from chair, surprised and agitated. Boyle receives them effusively. How is it good news? 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.

Me for you, an’ you for me, like the two Musketeers. You hardly speak to me, an’ then only a word with a face o’ bittherness on it. Well, ever since I shoved in the blankets I’ve been perishing with th’ cowld, an’ I’ve decided, if I’ll be too hot in th’ nex’ world aself, I’m not goin’ to be too cowld in this wan; an’ consequently, I want me three pouns, if you please.


When the robins nest agen, And the flowers they are in bloom, He’s. Well, yous’ll want to keep a dead silence. It ud be easier to dhrive you out o’ the house than to dhrive you into a job.

Voice outside door r. Why did they sack her? JoxKH pocketing the money given by Boyi.

Juno and the paycock / Sean O’Casey

An’ the way Juno an’ him’s been throwin’ their weight about for the last few months! Several bottles of stout. Is it any wondher Mary went asthray, when.

I must be off ; please let mo go, Jerry. Ah, very glad to know you, Mr, Boyle. Voice payclck Coal Vendor. Did he hear any thin’? The men carry ovX the table.

Boyle mth a commanding gesture. We’ll all have to mind her now. Oh, Jerry, Jerry, say no more ; all that is over now ; anything like that is impossible now 1 Jerry. About you not gettin’ the money, in some way or t’other? Mary goes over to door r.

Boyle appealing to Johnny. Yogil I seen hundhreds of them in the streets o’ San Francisco.

Captain Boyle’s able to take care of himself. The bitther word agen, Mary. A long-handled labourers shovel is leaning against the side of juni dresser. 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.


There’ll never be any good got out o’ him so long as he goes with that shouldher – shruggin’ Joxer. Well, I like your damn cheek! Boyle half-carries him to bed in alcove and puls him sitting there. Sweet spirit hear his prayer! Captain; I wouldn’t let a word be said agen Father Farrell — the heart o’ the rowl, that’s what he is; I always said he was a darlin’ man, a daarlin’ man.

Here, ane more o’ this — it’ll ths you good. The voice of a coal-block vendor is heard chanting in the street. He shambles over from behind table to fireplace, a look of misery on his face.

She goes on arranging things for lea on the table. It is two months later. Boyle goes in with water to room l. Pound down, an’ five to be paid at two shillins a week. He points to centre of table. You’re not the one girl of a month ago — you look like one pinin’ away. He goes into the room L. I hereby order and wish my property to be sold and divided as follows: BOYLE is putting on her hat and coat.