The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from Mrs. Warren's Profession by George Bernard Shaw:|
FRANK. Do come to Vienna with me? It'd be ever such larks.
MRS WARREN. No, thank you. Vienna is no place for you--at least
not until youre a little older. [She nods at him to emphasize
this piece of advice. He makes a mock-piteous face, belied by
his laughing eyes. She looks at him; then comes back to him].
Now, look here, little boy [taking his face in her hands and
turning it up to her]: I know you through and through by your
likeness to your father, better than you know yourself. Dont you
go taking any silly ideas into your head about me. Do you hear?
FRANK [gallantly wooing her with his voice] Cant help it, my dear