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Oscar Wilde
Feelings
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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
married.

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

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