The firemens forecastle of a transatlantic liner an distance afterwards seafaring from New house of york for the journey across. The elbow room is huddled with men, shouting, cursing, laughing, singinga confused, inchoate tumultuousness swelling into a sort of unity, a meaningthe bewildered, furious, baffled challenge of a beast in a cage. Some human activity singlets, but the majority are stripped to the waist. Tiers of narrow, steel bunks, three deep, on all sides. The attention of this scene, or of any other scene in the play, should by no agency be naturalistic. All are dressed-up in dungaree pants, heavy grotesque shoes.
Below decks on an sea liner one distance out from its New royal house port, the firemen who power the ship by stoking coal drink, curse, and sing, creating a defiant uproar. The strongest and nearly respected of the group is henry martyn robert Smith, known as Yank, who takes feel in his strength and in the power of the crew to great power the engines. Yank’s associate Paddy, a lean old Irishman, yearns for the days of the liquid clipper ships that plowed the Atlantic silently, when men were in sound property with nature.
The HairyApe by Eugene O'Neill
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