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The main characters are Juno Boyle, Jack Boyle, Mary Boyle, Johnny Boyle and Joxer Daly. play that he is “struttin’ about the town like a paycock with Joxer, I suppose”. Act II opens with the stage directions stating that “the furniture is more. 2 ACT I The living room of a two-room tenancy occupied by the BOYLE family in a A 3 JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK ACT teapot is on the hob and a frying-pan. Juno and the Paycock Themes. “Isn’t all religions curious?-if they weren’t you wouldn’t get anyone to believe in them” – Captain Boyle, Act II.

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Don’t be acy hard on a fella, Mary, don’t be so hard. When he believes himself to be a man of means we see him take on airs of grandeur. Tancred; it’s a cowld night, an’ the win’s blowin’ sharp. His self-involved nature means he is a bad father, husband and friend.

BOYLE stops the gramophone. She goes off with the gramophone. Here, sit down an’ take your breakfast, an’ go an’ get ready; an’ don’t be actin’ as if you couldn’t pull a wing out of a dead bee. The foreman on the job is an oul’ butty o’ Avt I have an idea that I know him meself. Prawna; yis, the Prawna.

Am I always to be havin’ to tell you that he was no friend o’ mine; I never cared for him, an’ he could never stick me.

Joxer’s song, Joxer’s song — give tis wan of your shut-eyed wans. We don’t want you, Mr.

Plot summary

I’ll dhrop out an’ th if I can meet junl. Boyle — I won’t be long afther him. I have a message for you from Father Farrell: The time is early forenoon. I’ll have to push off now, for I’m terrible late already, but I was determined to stay an’ hunt that Joxer this time. I’m afraid we made a mistake in throwin’ over poor Jerry. The Prawnal What a comical name!

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Good God, haven’t I done enough for Ireland? There’s a button off the back o’ me moleskin trousers. Are you going out, Mary? I hate assin’ him for anythin’.

Well, I like your damn cheek! Junk is putting on her hat and coat. He sits down Well, what is it? If you weren’t well yourself you’d like somebody to bring you in a dhrink o’ wather.

None betther on th’ beach as Docker, I’ll go bail, ‘Tis now I’m feelin 1 lonely, for to-day he lies injail.

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It ud be betther for a man to be dead! He sets a record, starts the machine, and it begins to play “If you’re Irish, come into the Parlour” As the tune is in full blare, the door is suddenly opened by a brisk, little bald-headed man, dressed circumspectly in a black suit; he glares fiercely at all in the room; he is ” NEEDLE NUGENT “, a tailor. BOYLE, in his shirt sleeves, is voluptuously stretched on the sofa; he is smoking a clay pipe.

When the robins nest agen, And the flowers they are in bloom, He’s. I never said to him what I shouldn’t say, I’m sure of that.

An’ Irelan’s takin’ paycck leaf out o’ the worl’s buk; when we got the makin’ of our own laws I thought we’d never stop to look behind us, but instead of that we never stopped to look before us 1 If the people ud folley up their religion betther there’d be a betther chance for us — what do you think, Mr.

Whether they’re up or down — it won’t bring me darlin’ boy from the grave. Boyle — I’m quite all right here, thank you. Everybody’s sayin’ that he was a Die-hard — thanks be to God that Johnny had nothin’ to do with him this long time.

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BOYLE awed by her manner]. Picking up a book from the table Who’s is the buk?

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Six pouns — six an’ seven, six an’ seven is thirteen — that’ll be thirteen pouns I’ll owe you. Anthony isn’t enough, but he must have another wan to the Virgin here! I’ll go a bit o’ the way with you.

What does he want me for? There’s nothin’ like a xct o’ malt occasional like — too much of it isn’t good. Be the way things is lookin’, it’ll be a match between him an’ Mary. BOYLE enters; it is apparent from the serious look on her face that some- thing has happened. JOXER at door ready to bolt. I wondher if you were in my condition, would you call it good news?

An’ he swearin’ on the holy prayer-book that he wasn’t in no snug! Leaning against the dresser is a long-handled shovel — the kind invariably used by labourers when turning concrete or mixing mortar.

It is said by these Yogi that if payxock practise certain mental exercises that we would have powers denied to others — for instance, the faculty of seeing things that happen miles and miles away. Joxer, han’ me over that paycck case on the table there.