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" I'm sure I should be sorry [pretending to cry] if he left the family upon my account. "
The Modern British Drama: Comedies - Page 556
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Representative English Dramas from Dryden to Sheridan

Frederick Tupper - 1914 - 459 pages
...should be sorry people said anything amiss, since I have no fortune but my character. Marlow [aside ] . By heaven, she weeps. This is the first mark of tenderness...reluctance. But to be plain with you, the difference of our hirth, fortune and education, make an honorable connexion impossible; and I can never harbor a thought...
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Representative English Plays: From the Middle Ages to the End of the ...

John Strong Perry Tatlock, Robert Grant Martin - 1916 - 836 pages
...should be sorry people said anything amiss, since I have no fortune but my character. Mario w. (Aside.) hich intendcth me for to hinder. Kin. What account...my works I must show How I have lived and my days honorable connexion impossible; and I can never harbor a thought of seducing simplicity that trusted...
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Representative English Plays: From the Middle Ages to the End of the ...

John Strong Perry Tatlock, Robert Grant Martin - 1916 - 836 pages
...be sorry people said anything imiss, since I have no fortune but my .•Viaracter. \rlotv. (Aside.) By heaven, she weeps. This is the first mark of tenderness I ever bad from a modest woman, and it touches me. (To her.) Excuse me, my lovely fjirl, you are the only-...
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Types of English Drama, 1660-1780

David Harrison Stevens - 1923 - 920 pages
...be sorry people said anything amiss, since I have no fortune but my character. 302 MARLOW. (Aside) entleman makes an honorable connection impossible; and I can never harbor a thought of seducing simplicity that...
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Three English Comedies: She Stoops to Conquer, The Rivals, The School for ...

Alban Bertram De Mille - 1924 - 479 pages
...amiss, since I have no fortune but my character. Marl. (Aside.) By heaven, she weeps. This is the s first mark of tenderness I ever had from a modest...the difference of our birth, fortune and education makes an honourable connexion im10possible; and I can never harbour a thought of seducing simplicity...
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Reading for Profit

Montgomery Belgion - 1950 - 291 pages
...sorry people said anything amiss, since I have no fortune but my character. MARLOW. (Aside.) By HeavenI she weeps. This is the first mark of tenderness I...the difference of our birth, fortune, and education, makes an honourable connexion impossible; and I can never harbour a thought of seducing simplicity...
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She Stoops to Conquer

Oliver Goldsmith - 1965 - 34 pages
...I should be sorry [pretending to cry] if he left the family upon my account. MARL. [Aside, happily] By heaven, she weeps. This is the first mark of tenderness...the only part of the family I leave with reluctance. Your only fault was being too lovely. KATE. But I am sure my family is as good as Miss Hardcastle's,...
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She Stoops to Conquer

Oliver Goldsmith - 1994 - 52 pages
...(Pretending to cry.) I'm sure I should be sorry, if you left the family upon my account. MARLOW (tenderly). Excuse me, my lovely girl, you are the only part of...difference of our birth, fortune and education, make an honorable connection impossible. KATE. But I'm sure my family is as good as Miss Hardcastle's, and...
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She Stoops to Conquer

Oliver Goldsmith - 1994 - 52 pages
...(Pretending to cry.) I'm sure I should be sorry, if you left the family upon my account. MARLOW (tenderly). Excuse me, my lovely girl, you are the only part of...difference of our birth, fortune and education, make an honorable connection impossible. KATE. But I'm sure my family is as good as Miss Hardcastle's, and...
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English Stage Comedy, 1490-1990: Five Centuries of a Genre

Alexander Leggatt - 1998 - 182 pages
...)preteadmg to ery) if he left the family upon my aerount.' For Marlow the tears are a breaktbrough: 'By heaven, she weeps. This is the first mark of tenderness I ever had from a modest woman, and it touehes me' (IVi.215-22). For the first time he eneounters a woman who is not to be put on a pedestal...
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