The passage's from The Ferryman (play). What is the meaning of "My beauty was never in danger" in the passage, Also
is "Dunn's Ground" is a farming slang or something?
MICHAEL. Here, Aunt Cait. Declan nearly got dragged through the bailer. DECLAN: I did not.
MICHAEL: We’re on Dunn’s Ground, bailing up, it’s all going fine when the fecker stalls. This one, sticks his bake in the hot end, he’s poking round and then he says, ‘Switch her on.’
DECLAN. Bull. My bake –
MICHAEL. Listen now…
DECLAN. My beauty was never in danger. Never in danger.
MICHAEL. Then JJ fires whole thing up – (Makes noise of harvester.) and
Declan sticks his head up with this look on his face like –