Cashel Byron's Profession : Definitive Text
by Shaw, George Bernard
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Pub. Date: 1979
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More About Cashel Byron's Profession by Shaw, George Bernard

"[...] "Cashel!" she said, with emphatic surprise. "Are you sulky?" "No," he retorted, angrily. "I haven't said anything. I suppose my manners are not good enough, I'm very sorry; but I can't help it." "Very well," said Mrs. Byron, firmly. "You can go, Cashel. I am not pleased with you." Cashel walked out of the room and slammed the door. At the foot of the staircase he was stopped by a boy about a year younger than himself, who accosted him eagerly. "How much did she give you?" he whispered. "Not a halfpenny," replied Cashel, grinding his teeth. "Oh, I say!" exclaimed the other, much disappointed. "That was beastly mean." "She's as mean as she can be," said Cashel. "It's all old Monkey's fault. He[...]."

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  • PID: 14223322690
  • ISBN-13: 9780140048865
  • Publisher: Penguin Books
  • Seller: The Book House - Saint Louis
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