by George Bernard Shaw
Saint Joan Admiration Quotes
How we cite our quotes: Citations follow this format: (Scene.Line). Every time a character talks counts as one line, even if what they say turns into a long monologue.
DUNOIS: "If she fell into the Loire I would jump in in full armor to fish her out. But if she plays the fool at Compiègne, and gets caught, I must leave her to her doom." (5.114)
Dunois's attitude seems to be representative of most of her supposed friends. They do all admire her on some level, but at a certain point she's on her own.
CAUCHON: "You [Warwick] play for your side, my lord, even at the peril of your soul. I cannot but admire such devotion." (6.38)
Does the Bishop actually admire Warwick, or is this just a veiled threat of excommunication?