Translated by Frank J. Morlock. (c)1991 By Frank J. Morlock
hear you--and if I were not to, should you be taking note of what I am doing?
Olivia: Yes, I ought to, Laura. Don't I have an interest in everything that touches you? Do you imagine I can watch with pleasure as people abuse your good faith? Am I not aware of your unjust preference and ought I not to try to make you know the difference between hearts that are truly attached to you and those that----? Believe me, Laura, I know it, and you will know them as I do, those who love you for yourself, those who sacrifice--
Laura: (to Jenny, turning again towards Cadwell's apartment) Jenny, have you seen--?
Olivia: Madam, I see that I am embarrassing you--
Laura: Olivia, I ask your pardon. I admit to you--
Olivia: (interrupting her) I will leave you--
Laura: (trying to hold her) Oh, no--please--
Jenny: It's clear that you have some distractions--
Laura: (interrupting) Jenny!
Laura: Has he gone?
Laura: Has he gone, I said?
Jenny: Mr. Worth