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...perplexed] You hear--
BARBARA. Father: do you love nobody?
UNDERSHAFT. I love my best friend.
LADY BRITOMART. And who is that, pray?
UNDERSHAFT. My bravest enemy. That is the man who keeps me up to the mark.
CUSINS. You know, the creature is really a sort of poet in his way. Suppose he is a great man, after all!
UNDERSHAFT. Suppose you stop talking and make up your mind, my young friend.
CUSINS. But you are driving me against my nature. I hate war.
UNDERSHAFT.Hatred is the coward's revenge for being intimidated.Dare you make war on war? Here are the means: my friend Mr Lomax is sitting on them.
LOMAX [springing up] Oh I say! You don't mean that this thing is loaded, do you? My ownest: come off it.
SARAH [sitting placidly on the shell] If I am to be blown up, the more thoroughly it is done the better. Don't fuss, Cholly.
LOMAX [to Undershaft, strongly remonstrant] Your own daughter, you know.
UNDERSHAFT. So I see. [To Cusins] Well, my friend, may we expect you here at six tomorrow... Shaw, George Bernard
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