Mrs. Manningham’s worst fear seems to be coming true: she is going
START: Jack, I may be going mad, like my poor mother--but if I am mad you have got to treat me gently. Jack--before God--I never lie to you knowingly. If I have taken down that picture from its place I have not known it. I have not known it.
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END: You must bear with me, Jack, bear with me--not storm and rage. God knows I’m trying, Jack, I’m trying! Oh, for God’s sake believe me that I’m trying and be kind to me!
For full extended monologue, please refer to clips or the script edition cited here: Hamilton, Patrick, Angel Street, Samuel French, 2016, pp. 21-22.
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