How we cite our quotes:
JOAN: In His strength I will dare, and dare, and dare, until I die. (5.112)
No matter how many times they accuse Joan of pride, it's hard to deny that she is always humble in the face of God.
THE INQUISITOR: "You will see a diabolical pride and a natural humility seated side by side in the selfsame soul." (6.73)
How can someone be proud and humble at the same time?
CAUCHON: "Yet God is my witness I was just: I was merciful: I was faithful to my light: I could do no other than I did." (E.64)
Is Cauchon might be guilty of a little pride himself?