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Quotes from “The Rivals / A Comedy” by Richard Brinsley Sheridan

danaserditova
danaserditovahas quoted10 months ago
Well, I should never think of giving my heart to a man because he could swim.
danaserditova
danaserditovahas quoted10 months ago
your friend unknown
danaserditova
danaserditovahas quoted10 months ago
wrote a letter to myself
danaserditova
danaserditovahas quoted10 months ago
natural
consequence of teaching girls to read
danaserditova
danaserditovahas quoted10 months ago
inflammatory branches of learning
danaserditova
danaserditovahas quoted10 months ago
geometry, that she might know something of the contagious countries
danaserditova
danaserditovahas quoted10 months ago
for the old weather-beaten she-dragon who guards yo
danaserditova
danaserditovahas quoted10 months ago
how charming will poverty be with him
danaserditova
danaserditovahas quoted10 months ago
allegory on the banks of Nile
danaserditova
danaserditovahas quoted10 months ago
scope and immediate object of a play is to please a mixed assembly in representation (whose judgment in the theatre at least is decisive,) its degree of reputation is usually as determined as public, before it can be prepared for the cooler tribunal of the study
danaserditova
danaserditovahas quoted10 months ago
Captain Absolute and Ensign Beverley are one and the same person.
danaserditova
danaserditovahas quoted10 months ago
lady who likes him better as a half pay ensign than if she knew he was son and heir to Sir Anthony Absolute, a baronet of three thousand a year.
danaserditova
danaserditovahas quoted10 months ago
of The Sentimental Journey.
Reema Thapa
Reema Thapahas quoted3 years ago
wear off, 'tis safest in matrimony to begin with a little aversion. I am sure I hated your poor dear uncle before marriage as if he'd been a blackamoor—and yet, miss, you are sensible what a wife I made!—and when it pleased Heaven to release me from him, 'tis unknown what tears I shed!—But suppose we were going to give you another choice, will you promise us to give up this Beverley?

Mrs. Malaprop's character

Reema Thapa
Reema Thapahas quoted3 years ago
Mrs. MALAPROP What business have you, miss, with preference and aversion? They don't become a young woman; and you ought to know, that as both always

Mrs. Malaprop character

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