The romance between Marcela and Teodoro has been complicated and
MARCELA: Leave me, for goodness' sake.
TRISTAN: That silly woman who so dotes on him dazzled his eyes and ears with empty beauty no longer than a flash of summer lightning. He scorns her riches now, and finds in you, your elegance, your grace, far richer treasure. That love flew like a comet, and was gone. Come here, Teodoro.
TEODORO: If Marcela says it's Fabio she loves now, why bother me?
TRISTAN: Now he's annoyed!
TEODORO: No doubt they're better suited.
TRISTAN: You too? You're acting up? Come on now, stop it.
TEODORO: Why try to talk me round, you fool?
TRISTAN: For my sake, give me your hand this once, sir.
TEODORO: Have I ever told her I loved somebody else? But she says....
TRISTAN: That's just a trick, she wants to turn the tables.
MARCELA: It's not a trick, it's true!
More about this monologue