The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from Mrs. Warren's Profession by George Bernard Shaw:|
CROFTS. Oh, all I wanted was a drink. [He thrusts his hands in
his pockets, and begins prowling about the room, restless and
MRS WARREN. Well, I like enough to eat. But a little of that
cold beef and cheese and lettuce goes a long way. [With a sigh
of only half repletion she sits down lazily on the settle].
CROFTS. What do you go encouraging that young pup for?
MRS WARREN [on the alert at once] Now see here, George: what are
you up to about that girl? Ive been watching your way of looking
at her. Remember: I know you and what your looks mean.
CROFTS. Theres no harm in looking at her, is there?