Victor Franz and his wife, Esther, have come to the attic of his old
START: Esther: What in the world is that?
Victor: [surprised] Hi! [He lifts the tone arm, smiling, a little embarrassed]
Esther: Sounded like a party in here!
END: Victor: Don’t be afraid. [Snapping the tip] It’s a beautiful foil, see how alive it is? I beat Princeton with this. [He laughs tiredly and makes a trampling lunge from yards away; the button touches her stomach]
Esther: [springing back] God! Victor!
Esther: You looked beautiful.
Arthur Miller, The Price, Arthur Miller: Plays Two, Methuen World Classics, 2000, p.299-312.
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