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" Believe what you choose about me. I am not worth a moment's sorrow. But don't spoil your beautiful young life on my account! You don't know what may be in store for you, unless you leave this house at once. You don't know what it is to fall into the pit,... "
Plays - Page 52
by Oscar Wilde - 1898 - 351 pages
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Lady Windermere's Fan: A Play about a Good Woman

Oscar Wilde - English drama (Comedy) - 1903 - 132 pages
...is sitting. As she speaks, she stretches out her hands towards her, but does not dare to touch Aer.] Believe what you choose about me. I am not worth a...to creep in by hideous byways, afraid every moment lest the mask should be stripped from one's face, and all the while to hear the laughter, the horrible...
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The Plays of Oscar Wilde, Volume 1

Oscar Wilde - Drama - 1905
...[Starts, with a gesture of pain. Then restraint herself, and comes over to where LADY w. it fitting. At she speaks, she stretches out her hands towards her,...to creep in by hideous byways, afraid every moment lest the mask should be stripped from one's face, and all the while to hear the laughter, the horrible...
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The Plays of Oscar Wilde, Volume 1

Oscar Wilde - Drama - 1905
...over to rahere LADY w. it titting. At the speaks, the ttretchet out her hands towards her, but doe* not dare to touch her] . Believe what you choose about...to creep in by hideous byways, afraid every moment lest the mask should be stripped from one's face, and all the while to hear the laughter, the horrible...
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Complete Works, Volume 9

Oscar Wilde - 1909
...Sitting. As she speaks, she stretches out her hands towards her, but does not dare to touch ker.~] Believe what you choose about me. I am not worth a...to creep in by hideous byways, afraid every moment lest the mask should be stripped from one's face, and all the while to hear the laughter, the horrible...
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Chief Contemporary Dramatists: Twenty Plays from the Recent Drama of England ...

Thomas Herbert Dickinson - Drama - 1915 - 676 pages
...LC] MRS. E. [Starts, with a gesture of pain. Then restrains herself, and comes over to where LADY W. is sitting. As she speaks, she stretches out her hands...to creep in by hideous byways, afraid every moment lest the mask should be stripped from one's face, and all the while to hear the laughter, the horrible...
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Chief Contemporary Dramatists: Twenty Plays from the Recent Drama of England ...

Thomas Herbert Dickinson - Drama - 1915 - 676 pages
...c.] MRS. E. [Starts, with a gesture of pain. Then restrains herself, and comes over to where LADY W. is sitting. As she speaks, she stretches out her hands...the door shut against one, to have to creep in by hideons byways, afraid every moment lest the mask should be stripped from one's face, and all the while...
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The masterpieces of modern drama ...

Brander Matthews - Drama - 1915
...herself, and comes over to where LADY W. is sitting. As she speaks, she stretches out her hands toward her, but does not dare to touch her]. Believe what...to creep in by hideous byways, afraid every moment lest the mask should be stripped from one's face, and all the while to hear the laughter, the horrible...
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Chief Contemporary Dramatists: Twenty Plays from the Recent Drama of England ...

Thomas Herbert Dickinson - Drama - 1915 - 676 pages
...does not dare to touch her.] Believe what you choose about me. I am not worth a moment's sorrow. Hut don't spoil your beautiful young life on my account...to creep in by hideous byways, afraid every moment lest the mask should be stripped from one's face, and all the while to hear the laughter, the horrible...
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Chief Contemporary Dramatists: Twenty Plays from the Recent Drama of England ...

Thomas Herbert Dickinson - Drama - 1915 - 676 pages
...speaks, she stretches out her hands towards her, but does not dare to touch her.] Believe what yon choose about me. I am not worth a moment's sorrow....be despised, mocked, abandoned, sneered at to 1"' an outcast ! to find the door shut against one, to have to creep in by hideous byways, afraid every...
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Chief Contemporary Dramatists: Twenty Plays from the Recent Drama of England ...

Thomas Herbert Dickinson - Drama - 1915 - 676 pages
...you leave this house at once. You don't know what it is to fall into the pit, to be despised, mucked, abandoned, sneered at to be an outcast ! to find...to creep in by hideous byways, afraid every moment lest the mask should be stripped from one's face, and all the while to hear the laughter, the horrible...
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