Yang Sun is in a city park preparing to hang himself. He is a pilot
Start: THE NIECE: Good evening, young sir? D’you want business, darling? YANG SUN: I might do, ladies. If you buy me something to eat. OLD PROSTITUTE: You must be crazy. (to the Niece) Let’s go. Don’t waste your time on him. He’s the unemployed airman.
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End: WANG: Weren’t you going to meet someone in the park who was going to help you? SHEN TE: Yes, but now I’ve found someone whom I can help, Wang.
For full extended monologue, please refer to the script edition cited here: Brecht, Bertolt, The Good Person of Sichuan, Tr. Michael Hofmann, Methuen Drama, 1989, pp. 28-34.
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