| Quote #4
ESTELLE: I'm a coward. A coward! [pause] If you knew how I hate you! (340)
Estelle has just confessed her crimes. Which of her actions makes her feel like a coward now?
| Quote #5
INEZ: I know. And you're another trap. Do you think they haven't foreknown every word you say? And of course there's a whole nest of pitfalls that we can't see. Everything here's a booby-trap. But what do I care? I'm a pitfall, too. For her, obviously. And perhaps I'll catch her.
Exactly what sort of advice is Garcin giving here? What is Inez supposed to "let go of", and how does he expect that will save them?
| Quote #6
ESTELLE: I tell you he was mine. All mine.
In Inez’s "Character Analysis," we talk about two different interpretations of her role in No Exit – either as a teacher or as a self-centered sadist. Which is prevalent in this passage here?