An Ideal Husband
An Ideal Husband
by Oscar Wilde
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An Ideal Husband Memory and the Past Quotes Page 4

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Quote #10

LORD GORING. Why should you scourge him with rods for a sin done in his youth, before he knew you, before he knew himself? (4.236)

Lord Goring's understanding of human beings is fundamentally opposed to Lady Chiltern's. He believes a person becomes, she thinks a person is.

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