| Quote #4
ROS: Rhetoric! Game and match! (Pause.) Where's it going to end?
What are the rules of Ros and Guil's game? Is it all pointless or is there some skill to be gained from it?
| Quote #5
What does it mean to say that we have free speech? Does the speech in the play become so free that it loses the ability to change anything – to affect the action?
| Quote #6
ROS: Took the very word out of my mouth.
Doesn't the fact that Guil has intonated so clearly (so that Ros can get his meaning) also demonstrate the risk of getting lost because of words, because language is ambiguous and slippery and hard to pin down?