By Carol Hegarty
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I wanna go home and see Papa. 47 The Composition of Herman Melville LIZZIE SHAW Y. MACKIE SHAW Papa’s going to be going out of town for a while. On a sailing ship. I wanna go with him. While your father’s away, Mackie, you, and your brother, and sisters—and your mother—are going to be able to take an extra-long trip to Boston. (Y. ) On Christmas day we can all go sledding— LIZZIE Mackie, what are you doing? (pause) Your grandfather’s trying to talk to you. Y. MACKIE (While glancing at Moby-Dick, he speaks as if possessed.
Then in search of water, I strayed inland, all alone, Where I came upon a platter, heaped with human bone. I slipped and I fell as I started to my right... ) And there I was greeted by a most horrific sight. ) *Me was hungry for his flesh. I was praying for my life. 41 *Me was hungry for fresh meat. I turned whiter than a sheet. ) (Y. MACKIE is outside whistling “Dixie” and MELVILLE ENTERS with large envelope and a ball, although Y. ) MELVILLE Are you ready to have a pass? Y. MACKIE It’s still morning.
He’s getting older now and he needs a father who’s— MELVILLE I’m taking the next train to Boston. LIZZIE Boston? What are you going to do, rob a bank? MELVILLE Well, there’s someone... LIZZIE Who? MELVILLE An old friend of mine. LIZZIE And he’s just going to give you money? yeah. 39 The Composition of Herman Melville LIZZIE MELVILLE LIZZIE MELVILLE LIZZIE MELVILLE LIZZIE MELVILLE LIZZIE Y. MACKIE LIZZIE Y. MACKIE LIZZIE Y. MACKIE LIZZIE Y. MACKIE LIZZIE Why? Well... Why would anyone give you money?