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Tartuffe
Jean-Baptiste Poquelin Molière

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SCENE II
(DORINE, ORGON, MARIANE)

ORGON [perceiving DORINE
What do you stare at?
You must be eaten up with curiosity
To eavesdrop on my daughter and me.

DORINE 
I don't know whether the rumor I hear
Is sly conjecture or a wicked smear;
But I've just heard word of this marriage,
And I trust it is only verbiage.

ORGON 
Why? Is the idea itself so very absurd?

DORINE 
I wouldn't believe it, sir, if you gave your word!

ORGON 
I will make you believe it by-and-by.

DORINE 
Yes. You're going to tell us a bald-faced lie.

ORGON 
I am only saying what you will soon see.

DORINE 
Nonsense!

ORGON       
What I say, dear girl, will soon be.
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