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You'll keep her image in the image of the garden and the garden in your heart under the flaming robe of Saint Theresa. And you hesitate? I offer you the very finest of deaths , and you hesitate? Are you CARMEN : IRMA : a coward? You know very well I'm devoted to you. I'll teach you figures ! The wonderful figures that we'll spend the nights together calligraphing. (softly) : The war is raging. As you said, it's the horde. (triumphantly) : The horde, but we have our cohorts, our CARMEN IRMA armies, our hosts, legions, battalions, vessels, heralds, clarions, trumpets, our colours, streamers, standards, banners .
Not one bit. I'm getting more and more worried about Rachel. She'd better not double-cross me the way Chantal did. ) By the way , no news of Chantal? CARMEN : None. IRMA (picks up the apparatus again) : And the machine's not wo rking right ! What's he saying to her? He's explaining . . she's listening she unde rstands . I'm afraid he understands too. (Buzzing again. ) False alarm. It's the plumber leaVing. CARMEN : Which one? IRMA : The real one . CARMEN : Which is the real one? IRMA : The one who repairs the taps.
Maybe he's dead. A ttend to my accounts . CARMEN : Your bo ok-keeping wil never replace my appearing to the bank-clerk. It had become as re al as at Lourdes. Everything ins id e me now yearns for my daughter. She's in a real garden. . IRMA : You'll have a hard time getting to her, and before long the garden will be in your heart. CARMEN : Be stil! IRMA (inexorably) : The city is full of corpses. Al the roads are cut off. The peasants are also going over to the rebels. I wonder why? Contagion?
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