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"'I took the lid off a saucepan, you know what was in it? A pile of her underclothing, unwashed. The pan for vegetables, it was. The vegetable pan. That's when I left her and I haven't seen her since.'" The Caretaker, Act One, p. 9



"'I went round to this kitchen, see? Meal they give me! A bird, I tell you, a little bird, a little tiny bird, he could have ate it in under two minutes.'" The Caretaker, Act One, p. 14



"'Anyway, we were just sitting there, having this bit of a conversation. . . then suddenly she put her hand over to mine . . . and she said, how would you like me to have a look at your body?'" The Caretaker, Act One, p. 24



"'What's the game?'" The Caretaker, Act One, p. 29



"'To be honest, I've never made out how he came to be my uncle's brother...

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