Juno and the Paycock: A Tragedy in Three Acts
The most famous play by this remarkable Irish dramatist. Juno and the Paycock has been produced throughout the world and offers a compelling look at the family conflicts of struggling Irish matriarch Juno Boyle's Herculean attempts to keep her children safe and her husband Captain Jack Boyle sober despite his foolish schemes and the ongoing troubles in early 20th century Dublin.
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afther agen alcove Bentham betther blowin bottle of stout BOYLE comes BOYLE crosses BOYLE goes BOYLE inside BOYLE sits BOYLE standing BOYLE takes Boyle's breakfast bringin butty Captain chair chest of drawers COAL-BLOCK comin D'ye darlin dhrink dhrop door dresser face Father Farrell fella Finglas fire fireplace Foley's front FURNITURE-REMOVAL God's sake goes back goin gone gramophone Gwan hear heard inside the room Ireland Jack JACK BOYLE Jerry Devine Joxer Daly Juno legs liniment look lookin MADIGAN MARY matther meself minute moleskin moleskin trousers mother NEIGHBOUR never nice nothin NUGENT O'Connell Street ofen pains pause paycock poor poun's Prawna puts Rathmines room L round Santry sausages sayin sing singin snug sofa somethin song takin Tancred tell tellin Theosophist There's things thinkin throuble thrue voice waitin wanst What's window wondher