“Who are you, really?” asks she.
“I am who you think I am.” says he.
“Don’t play games with me.”
“Who else could I be? Tell me.”
“I want to know what you think most people think you are.”
“Popular opinion does not a man make.”
“A man’s identity is only so much as people — society — sees it to be. Society bases itself on popular opinion. A good man, if by popular opinion is made bad, is a bad man.”
“So I am not who I think I am?” asks he.
“No. You are what people think you are.” says she.