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By Wilde, Oscar; Jackson, Russell; Eltis, Sos

ISBN-10: 1408137216

ISBN-13: 9781408137215

ISBN-10: 1909175072

ISBN-13: 9781909175075

ISBN-10: 1909175099

ISBN-13: 9781909175099

Wilde's dramatic masterpiece set in London. some of the topics of a fantastic Husband have been encouraged via the location Oscar Wilde came across himself in through the early Eighteen Nineties. "Sooner or later we will all need to pay for what we do. yet nobody may be solely judged via their past."

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Oh, don’t say that, Arthur; don’t talk like that! LORD GORING. Never mind what I say, Robert! I am always saying what I shouldn’t say. In fact, I usually say what I really think. A great mistake nowadays. It makes one so liable to be misunderstood. As regards this dreadful business, I will help you in whatever way I can. Of course you know that. SIR ROBERT CHILTERN. Thank you, Arthur, thank you. But what is to be done? What can be done? LORD GORING. ] Well, the English can’t stand a man who is always saying he is in the right, but they are very fond of a man who admits that he has been in the wrong.

I am not in a mood to-night for silver twilights, or rose-pink dawns. I want to talk business. ] SIR ROBERT CHILTERN. I fear I have no advice to give you, Mrs. Cheveley, except to interest yourself in something less dangerous. The success of the Canal depends, of course, on the attitude of England, and I am going to lay the report of the Commissioners before the House to-morrow night. MRS. CHEVELEY. That you must not do. In your own interests, Sir Robert, to say nothing of mine, you must not do that.

I fear I have no advice to give you, Mrs. Cheveley, except to interest yourself in something less dangerous. The success of the Canal depends, of course, on the attitude of England, and I am going to lay the report of the Commissioners before the House to-morrow night. MRS. CHEVELEY. That you must not do. In your own interests, Sir Robert, to say nothing of mine, you must not do that. SIR ROBERT CHILTERN. ] In my own interests? My dear Mrs. Cheveley, what do you mean? ] MRS. CHEVELEY. Sir Robert, I will be quite frank with you.

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