Allow me to disagree with you Miss Archer. Of course, I've seen you very...View Full Monologue Text
Allow me to disagree with you Miss Archer. Of course, I've seen you very little, but my impression dates from the very first hour we met. I lost no time; I fell in love with you then. It was at first sight, as the novels say; and I shall think better of novels forever more, for I know now that it?s not just a fancy phrase. From that first moment I was already perfectly sure. Nevertheless I made up my mind to think it over and to question myself narrowly. I've done so these past three days. I'm a very judicious animal; I don't go off easily, but when I'm touched, it's for life, Miss Archer. The fact that I don't know you better makes me unhappy enough already; it's all my loss. But that's what I want, and it seems to me that by being my wife, then I shall know you, and when I tell you all the good I think of you, you'll not be able to say it's from ignorance.
Lord Warburton professes his love to Isabel.
PlayName: Portrait of a Lady
Rating: Suitable for all ages
Copyright Status: Copyrighted
AuthorName: Valerie Rachelle
CharacterName: Lord Warburton
Age Range: 20s - Late, 30s - Early, 30s - Late, 40s - Early
Dialects: Standard English