Of course it is completely outrageous that Richard can contemplate Anne wanting anything to do with him at all. It exemplifies the power the character has in his words, how he is a master manipulator of vocabulary and how single minded he is. He is also someone with a longer term plan: "I'll have her, but I'll not keep her long." He basically turns everything around on Anne, so that everything he has done has been for her, and ultimately surprises himself with his success saying that he will entertain a score of tailors to make himself look good!
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