George Dillon has inserted himself into a middle class family, living off them and, at the same time, despising them. When he sells out, he finds himself trapped in the same dull family domesticity he has so bitterly condemned. Yet, perhaps, this is just a punishment for the selfish way in which he has preyed on this household. It's at this point that he recites his own epitaph,filled with contempt now for himself? An extraordinary role in an extraordinary play. One int. set.