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" Unmarried! I do not deny that is a serious blow. But after all, who has the right to cast a stone against one who has suffered? Cannot repentance wipe out an act of folly? Why should there be one law for men, and another for women? "
The Dancing Faun - Page 99
by Florence Farr - 1908 - 149 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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Plays

Oscar Wilde - 1898 - 351 pages
...the right to cast a stone against one who has suffered ? Cannot repentance wipe out an act of folly ? Why should there be one law for men, and another for women ? Mother, I forgive you. (Tries to embrace her again.) Miss Prism (still more indignant) : Mr. Worthing,...
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The Plays of Oscar Wilde, Volume 2

Oscar Wilde - 1905
...the right to cast a stone against one who has suffered? Cannot repentance wipe out an act of folly? Why should there be one law for men, and another for women ? Mother, I forgive you. [Tries to embrace her again.] MISS PRISM [Still more indignant]. Mr. Worthing,...
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The Plays of Oscar Wilde, Volume 2

Oscar Wilde - 1905
...the right to cast a stone against one who has suffered? Cannot repentance wipe out an act of folly? Why should there be one law for men, and another for women ? Mother, I forgive you. [Tries to embrace her again.] MISS PRISM [Still more indignant]. Mr. Worthing,...
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Complete Works, Volume 2

Oscar Wilde - 1908
...the right to cast a stone against one who has suffered ? Cannot repentance wipe out an act of folly ? Why should there be one law for men, and another for women? Mother, I forgive you. [Tries to embrace her again] MISS PRISM {Still more indignant] Mr. Worthing,...
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The masterpieces of modern drama ...

Brander Matthews - Drama - 1915
...has a right to cast a stone against one who has suffered? Cannot repentance wipe out an act of folly? Why should there be one law for men and another for women? Mother, I forgive you. Miss P. [still more indignant]. Mr. Worthing, there is some error. There is...
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The Picture of Dorian Gray

Oscar Wilde - Fiction - 2005 - 487 pages
...the right to cast a stone against one who has suffered? Cannot repentance wipe out an act of folly? Why should there be one law for men, and another for women? Mother, I forgive you. [Tries to embrace her again.] Miss PRISM [still more indignant]. Mr. Worthing,...
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Nobody's Earnest: A Comedy with Music

Alec Wilder, Ethan Ayer - Musicals - 1983 - 78 pages
...PEER IS NOT CROWDED IN THE REAR BY THE RABBLE COMING NEAR ENOUGH! 76 NOBODY'S EARNEST ACT III folly? Why should there be one law for men and another for women? Mother I forgive you. (Tries to embrace her again) Miss PRISM. (Still more indignant) Mr. Worthing,...
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Oscar Wilde

Peter Raby - Literary Criticism - 1988 - 164 pages
...the right to cast a stone against one who has suffered? Cannot repentance wipe out an act of folly? Why should there be one law for men, and another for women? Mother, I forgive you. [ Tries to embrace her again ] MISS PRISM [still more indignant] : Mr. Worthing,...
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