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" The bag is undoubtedly mine. I am delighted to have it so unexpectedly restored to me. It has been a great inconvenience being without it all these years. JACK: [In a pathetic voice] Miss Prism, more is restored to you than this handbag. I was the baby... "
Plays - Page 347
by Oscar Wilde - 1898 - 351 pages
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Monks-Hollow [by mrs. Henry Arnold].

mrs. Henry Arnold - 1883
...heart. " What has she done in her short life," she wonders, " that she should be so cruelly punished ? Why should there be one law for men and another for women in this world ? " Alas ! how many a poor heart-broken woman has thought the same. Her husband may spend...
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The Dancing Faun

Florence Farr - History - 1894 - 163 pages
...expect it, and laugh at it. It 's no use arguing about it. It is so, and there 's an end of it.' ' Why should there be one law for men and another for women ? ' ' I don't know, I dare say there are some things winked at in a man which would not be permitted...
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The masterpieces of modern drama ...

Brander Matthews - Drama - 1915
...Worthing! I am unmarried! Jack. Unmarried! I do not deny that is a serious blow. But after all, who has a right to cast a stone against one who has suffered?...men and another for women? Mother, I forgive you. Miss P. [still more indignant]. Mr. Worthing, there is some error. There is the lady who can tell you...
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Representative British Dramas: Victorian and Modern

Montrose Jonas Moses - English drama - 1918 - 861 pages
...carefully before you speak. The happiness of more than one life depends on your answer. Miss PHISM [calmly]. It seems to be mine. Yes, here is the injury...Mother, I forgive you. [Tries to embrace her again] Miss PBISM [still more indignant]. Mr. Worthing, there is some error. [Pointing to LADY BRACKNELL] There...
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EPRESENTATIVE BRITISH DRAMAS

MONTROSE J. MOSES - 1918
...is some error. [Pointing to LADY BRACKNELL] There is the lady who can tell you who you really are. JACK. Unmarried ! I do not deny that is a serious...Mother, I forgive you. [Tries to embrace her again] LADY BRACKNELL. I am afraid that the news I have to give you will not altogether please you. You are...
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Light Competition

Louise Helliwell - 1940 - 27 pages
...was the baby you placed in it. Miss PRISM. [Amazed.] You? JACK. [Embracing her.] Yes . . . mother I Miss PRISM. [Recoiling in indignant astonishment.]...Mother, I forgive you. [Tries to embrace her again. Miss PKISM. [After a pause.] Lady Bracknell, I hate to seeni inquisitive, but would you kindly inform me...
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Light Competition

Louise Helliwell - 1940 - 27 pages
...was the baby you placed in it. Miss PRISM. [Amazed.] You? JACK. [Embracing her.] Yes . . . mother I Miss PRISM. [Recoiling in indignant astonishment.]...Mother, I forgive you. [Tries to embrace her again. Miss PKISM. [After a pause.] Lady Bracknell, I hate to seeni inquisitive, but would you kindly inform me...
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The Importance of Being Earnest

Oscar Wilde - 1984
...astonishment]. Mr. Worthing, I am unmarried ! JACK [drawing back]. Unmarried! I do not deny that this is a serious blow. But, after all, who has the right...should there be one law for men and another for women? [Moves toward her] Mother, I forgive you! [Throws bag to DR. CHASUBLE, who catches it, and tries to...
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The Importance of Being Paradoxical: Maternal Presence in the Works of Oscar ...

Patrick M. Horan - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 144 pages
...she cannot be his mother because she is unmarried. Jack, voicing Wilde's feminist beliefs, states, Unmarried! I do not deny that is a serious blow. But...men, and another for women? Mother, I forgive you. 43 This scene is characteristic of Wilde because it is as profound as it is comic. Jack reassesses...
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The Gospel of St. John: The Story of the Son of God

John Drane - Religion - 1999 - 160 pages
...who has the right to cast a stone against the one who has suffered? Cannot repentance wipe out the act of folly? Why should there be one law for men, and another for women?' David L Jeffrey University of Ottawa THE GOSPEL OF ST JOHN Prologue - The Light of the World 93 Part...
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