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Lord goring

  1. 1. Lord Goring<br />[Enterlord goring.  Thirty-four, but always says he is younger.  A well-bred, expressionless face.  He is clever, but would not like to be thought so.  A flawless dandy, he would be annoyed if he were considered romantic.  He plays with life, and is on perfectly good terms with the world.  He is fond of being misunderstood.  It gives him a post of vantage.]<br />
  2. 2. “There is some flaw in each one of us.”  [Strolls to the fireplace and looks at himself in the glass.]  “My father tells me that even I have faults.  Perhaps I have.  I don’t know.”<br />Sound effects search results for:<br />"fire crackles"<br />Page 1 of 1 Found 2 sound effects<br />  Sound effects Duration     Foley Fire Sterno Flame Crackles Catering 02 details...<br />
  3. 3. Lord goring.  [Rising.]  No, Lady Chiltern, I am not a Pessimist.  Indeed I am not sure that I quite know what Pessimism really means.  All I do know is that life cannot be understood without much charity, cannot be lived without much charity.  It is love, and not German philosophy, that is the true explanation of this world, whatever may be the explanation of the next.  And if you are ever in trouble, Lady Chiltern, trust me absolutely, and I will help you in every way I can.  If you ever want me, come to me for my assistance, and you shall have it.  Come at once to me.<br />
  4. 4. lord goring.  Rather distinguished thing, Phipps.  I am the only person of the smallest importance in London at present who wears a buttonhole.<br />BluePeace, tranquility, calm, stability, harmony, unity, trust, truth, confidence, conservatism, security, cleanliness, order, loyalty, sky, fashionable.<br />Brown stability, reliability, and approachability.<br />
  5. 5. lord caversham.    You are heartless, sir, quite heartless.<br />
  6. 6. sir robertchiltern.  [Takeslord goring’shand.]  You have been a good friend to me, Arthur, a thoroughly good friend.<br />
  7. 7. lord goring.  [Enthusiastically.]  How sweet of you to say so! . . . And it is only fair to tell you frankly that I am fearfully extravagant.<br />
  8. 8. lord goring.  [Pulls out his watch, inspects it, and rings the bell.]  It is a great nuisance.  I can’t find any one in this house to talk to.  And I am full of interesting information.  <br />Tick tock of a small clock details...<br />
  9. 9. lord goring.  Ah! I prefer a gentlemanly fool any day.  There is more to be said for stupidity than people imagine.  Personally I have a great admiration for stupidity.  It is a sort of fellow-feeling, I suppose.<br />
  10. 10. lord goring.  But I love Mabel.  No other woman has any place in my life.<br />