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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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The Gospel of St. John: The Story of the Son of God

John Drane, Piers Paul Read - Religion - 1999 - 160 pages
...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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Authors in Context: Oscar Wilde

John Sloan - 2003 - 240 pages
...the son of the unmarried Miss Prism prompts him to ask: 'Cannot repentance wipe out an act of folly? Why should there be one law for men, and another for women?' (Act 3). This can be read as the challenging question not only of The Importance of Being Earnest,...
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Wilde Writings: Contextual Conditions

Joseph Bristow, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, Los Angeles. Center for 17th- & 18th- Century Studies - Literary Collections - 2003 - 334 pages
...Wilde began writing The Importance of Being Earnest around the idea that one becomes what one performs. "Why should there be one law for men, and another for women," asks Jack Worthing, embracing the unmarried, puritanical woman writer Miss Prism, whom he now believes,...
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Modernism: 1985-1991

Tim Middleton - American literature - 2003 - 352 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. 6 And when Miss Prism herself insists, indignantly, that her lost three-volume...
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The Cambridge History of British Theatre, Volume 2

Joseph Donohue - Drama - 2004 - 574 pages
...handbag or Jack's equally 'offcentred' act of forgiveness ('Cannot repentance wipe out an act of folly? Why should there be one law for men, and another for women? Mother, I forgive you') had their darker counterparts, not only in Pinero's works but also in Wilde's...
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Plays for Readers' Theatre

Albert Johnson, Bertha Johnson - Drama - 1972 - 240 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! PRISM. Mr. Worthing, there is some error. Lady Bracknell is the lady who can...
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Plays for Readers' Theatre

Albert Johnson, Bertha Johnson - Drama - 1972 - 240 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! PRISM. Mr. Worthing, there is some error. Lady Bracknell is the lady who can...
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