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George Bernard Shaw

The Devil's Disciple

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    SWINDON. I can't believe it! What will History say? BURGOYNE. History, sir, will tell lies, as usual
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    BURGOYNE. Is William--Maindeck and so on--a man of his word? RICHARD. Is he selling you anything? BURGOYNE. No. RICHARD. Then you may depend on him.
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    I found him in the minister's house, sitting at tea with the lady with his coat off, quite at home. If he isn't married to her, he ought to be.
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    I have told them truth enough to hang me ten times over.
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    SWINDON. What do you expect me to think of that speech, Mr. Anderson?RICHARD. I never expect a soldier to think, sir.
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