| Quote #4
ESTELLE: He was leaning over the balcony and he saw the rings spreading on the water –
Who is Estelle addressing when she says "How I loathe you?" Inez? Garcin? Her husband? Her lover?
| Quote #5
INEZ: There’s no need to look like a hanging judge.
Garcin has been characterized by Inez – as a judge – and so needs to confirm her point of view by looking at himself in the mirror. He wants to know if he really looks like a judge so he can decide if he really is one. Bad faith? Yes indeed.
| Quote #6
ESTELLE: Olga, I can see you. No, she doesn't care, she's dancing through my gaze. (390)
Interesting! Because the living don’t know that the dead are watching them, and the dead have no control over the living. Remember from "the look" and objectification in "Symbols, Imagery, Allegory" that a person’s freedom is threatened when they are conscious of another person present and watching them. If they’re not aware of the observer, there is no threat.