The Hairy Ape

The Hairy Ape
A Comedy of Ancient and Modern Life

By

3
(1 Review)
The Hairy Ape by Eugene O'Neill

Pages:

60

Downloads:

4,932

Share This

The Hairy Ape
A Comedy of Ancient and Modern Life

By

3
(1 Review)

Book Excerpt

He seems broader, fiercer, more truculent, more powerful, more sure of himself than the rest. They respect his superior strength--the grudging respect of fear. Then, too, he represents to them a self-expression, the very last word in what they are, their most highly developed individual.

VOICES--Gif me trink dere, you!

'Ave a wet!

Salute!

Gesundheit!

Skoal!

Drunk as a lord, God stiffen you!

Here's how!

Luck!

Pass back that bottle, damn you!

Pourin' it down his neck!

Ho, Froggy! Where the devil have you been?

La Touraine.

I hit him smash in yaw, py Gott!

Jenkins--the First--he's a rotten swine--

And the coppers nabbed him--and I run--

I like peer better. It don't pig head gif you.

A slut, I'm sayin'! She robbed me aslape--

To hell with 'em all!

You're a bloody liar!

Say dot again!

[Commotion. Two men about to fight are pulled apart.]

Readers reviews

5
4
3
2
1
3.0
Average from 1 Review
3
Write Review