Red Roses for Me Characters

Sean O’Casey
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Brennan

Brennan is a devout Protestant and the landlord of a few Dublin tenement houses, including the one that contains the Breydons' apartment. Brennan is fanatical about the safety of his money and asks everybody he meets whether or not his money is safe in the Bank of Ireland. Brennan carries a melodeon, which he plays often. He also lines up a singer for the play that Ayamonn and the others plan on staging to raise funds for the strikers. Although he is a devout Protestant and gets into religious arguments with Roory, Mullcanny, and other Catholics, he takes it upon himself to remove the Catholic statue of the Virgin Mary from the church across the street, clean it up, and replace it. He does this because he is fond of the Catholic girl in the downstairs apartment, who gazes upon this statue every day. At the bridge, Brennan...

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