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MonkeyNotes-No Exit by Jean Paul Sartre
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Scene XI

Inez looks down to earth and sees the room that she and Florence have shared. She is reminded that Florence was fair and a natural blonde. She also notices that the room has already been rented. The windows are open, and there is a man on her bed making love to a woman. Estelle looks down to earth and sees eighteen-year-old Peter, who supposedly loved her. He has taken Olga to a cabaret and is embracing her, which upsets Estelle. When she insists that Peter belongs to her, Inez emphasizes that nothing belongs to Estelle anymore since she is dead. In addition, she states that nothing of her is left on earth. Inez then reminds Estelle that the two of them can be lovers forever in Hell. Estelle does not respond to her.


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Both Inez and Estelle torture themselves by looking down to earth. Inez sees the room where she and Florence have stayed, and she is surprised to see that it is already rented and occupied. Estelle looks down and sees Peter, who supposedly loved her; however, he is embracing another woman, Olga. When Estelle says that Peter is supposed to belong to her, Inez reminds her that in death, no one possesses anything. She then tells Estelle that the two of them can be lovers forever, since they have been damned to live in this same room in Hell for eternity. Estelle has no interest.

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