Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West
"But the fault is mine --" began Glinda.
"You would do me more good if you hushed, sweet Galinda, my duck," said Ama Clutch gently, and patted Glinda's hand. (18.104.22.168-34)
Life has been very hard. If you can hear me when I cannot hear myself ...you could help me do no harm in this world. That's all I want – to do no harm. (22.214.171.124)
He covered her with a sense of holiness, and it was more than her undergarments that would drop away from her when they tumbled panting onto the bedclothes. She would lose her sense of shame. (1.7.29)