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Cora: I should. I want to. I have to apologize for our behavior.
Mary: What? Why?
Cora: Because if we'd listened to him, Sybil might still be alive. But Sir Phillip and your father knew better and now she's dead.

Mary: She was the only person living who always thought you and I were such nice people.
Edith: Oh Mary. Do you think we might get along a little better in the future?
Mary: I doubt it. But since this is the last time we three will all be together in this life, let's love each other now, as sisters should.

We'll look after them. We'll look after them both. Don't you worry about that.


Thomas: I don't know why I'm crying really. She wouldn't have noticed if I died.
Anna: You don't mean that.
Thomas: No, no I don't. In my life I can tell you not many have been kind to me. She was one of the few.

But this can't be. She's 24 years old. This can't be.


Matthew: Edith has had an opportunity to write a newspaper column.
Violet: When may she suspect an offer to appear on the London stage?

Matthew: I don't know. I thought Edith's letter to The Times was rather interesting.
Edith: Don't bother, Matthew. I'm always a failure in this family.

The editor of The Sketch wants me to write for him. He saw my letter to The Times and wants to give me a regular column.


Anxiety is an enemy to pregnancy.

Sir Phillip
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