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You have put up with so much that I couldn't change, that if there’s ever the slightest thing I can make better for you, then I will.


Mr. Carson: But what does it matter anyway? We shout and scream and wail and cry, but in the end we must all die.
Mrs. Hughes: Well. That’s cheered me up. I’ll get on with my work.

Whatever Matthew’s intentions, it is not a will.


Robert: Let me manage things in my own way.
Mary: I have ideas, you know. Matthew and I used to talk.
Robert: I know I’m right in this. Now go to bed.

But Germany? After four years of fighting, you’d join the most hated race in Europe to get a divorce – for me?


Really? I can only say that while I will overlook Mary’s poor judgment, I will not overlook yours.


You’re letting yourself be defeated, milady. I’m sorry if it’s a lapse to say so, but someone has to.


Just because you’re an old widow, I see no necessity to eat off a tray.


But you see, when your only child dies, you’re not a mother anymore. You’re not anything really, and that’s what I’m trying to get used to.

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