Jean has recently returned from London to visit her family. She is
START: ARCHIE: I went to Canada during the war.
JEAN: I remember.
ARCHIE: Couldn't get any draught Bass, not even in Toronto, and they seemed to reckon that was pretty English.
END: ARCHIE: You wouldn't think I was sexy to look at me, would you? You wouldn't think I was sexy to look at me, would you? Well, I 'ave a go, lady. I 'ave a go, don't I? I do. I 'ave a go. That barmaid in the Cambridge. That barmaid who upset poor old Billy in the Cambridge—I had her! When he wasn't looking ...
Osborne, John. Plays Two: the Entertainer, the Hotel in Amsterdam, West Of Suez and Time Present. London: Faber & Faber, 1998. pp.63-66.
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