| Quote #7
Martha: Can I get you a drink, Martha? Why, thank you, George; that's very kind of you. No, Martha, no; why I'd do anything for you. (3.1)
Here we see Martha alone and pretending to have a nice civil conversation with George. It's interesting that this is the game that she chooses to play when by herself.
| Quote #8
Martha: Truth and illusion, George; you don't know the difference.
Martha and George seem to agree that there's no such thing as an objective reality. Once you pull one illusion back, you'll only find another.
| Quote #9
George: We got a telegram; there was a car accident, and he's dead. POUF! […]
With this, George destroys the illusion of their child. Are they better off or not?