Isabelle is a dancer under the patronage of Romainville and hired by
Well, are you satisfied now? Don’t you think you’ve had a great success? You wanted entertainment, and now no one can say you haven’t had it.
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Well, won’t you say something? It’s tiresome? It’s tiresome, of course, this poor girl standing her saying she loves you. But please say something. You usually say so much. What’s the matter?
For the full monologue, please refer to the script and pages numbers listed here: Fry, Christopher. Ring Round the Moon. Dramatists Play Service, 1977. pp.63.
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