Long Day's Journey Into Night
Harker will think you're no gentleman for harboring a tenant who isn't humble in the presence of a king of America.
Nevermind the Socialist gabble. (1.1.58-59)
The Chatfields and people like them stand for something. I mean they have decent, presentable homes they don't have to be ashamed of. They have friends who entertain them and whom they entertain. They're not cut off from everyone. Not that I want anything to do with them. I've always hated this town and everyone in it. (1.1.192)
I've never felt it was my home. It was wrong from the start. Everything was done in the cheapest way. Your father would never spend the money to make it right. It's just as well we haven't any friends here. I'd be ashamed to have them step in the door. (1.1.194)