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Oscar Wilde
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It is not customary in England, Miss Worsley, for a young lady
to speak with such enthusiasm of any person of the opposite
sex. English women conceal their feelings till after they are

("A Woman of No Importance")
Read by: Alexander Gard-Murray

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