He had put the question solely to find out if Rambert could or couldn’t state the facts without paltering with the truth. "I’ve no use for statements in which something is kept back," he added. "That’s why I shall not furnish information in support of yours.
The journalist smiled. "You talk the language of Saint-Just." (1.2.48-9)
The language he used was that of a man who was sick and tired of the world he lived in—though he had much liking for his fellow men—and had resolved, for his part, to have no truck with injustice and compromises with truth. (1.2.50)
"Well," Richard said. "that depends on what you mean by ‘normal’." (1.2.115)