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:|
hands and turns to Mrs Warren]. Youd like some tea, wouldnt you?
MRS WARREN [sitting in Praed's chair and fanning herself] I'm
dying for a drop to drink.
VIVIE. I'll see about it. [She goes into the cottage].
[Sir George has by this time managed to unfold a chair and plant
it by Mrs Warren, on her left. He throws the other on the grass
and sits down, looking dejected and rather foolish, with the
handle of his stick in his mouth. Praed, still very uneasy,
fidgets around the garden on their right.]
MRS WARREN [to Praed, looking at Crofts] Just look at him,
Praddy: he looks cheerful, dont he? He's been worrying my life