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An Ideal Husband Quotes 3




Really, this horrid House of Commons quite ruins our husbands for us. I think the Lower House by far the greatest blow to a happy married life that there has been since that terrible thing called the Higher Education of Women was invented.
An Ideal Husband
Lady Markby, Act 2

I don't think man has much capacity for development. He has got as far as he can, and that is not far, is it
An Ideal Husband
Lady Markby, Act 2

I wouldn't marry a man with a future before him for anything under the sun.
An Ideal Husband
Mabel Chiltern, Act 2

As a rule, I think they are quite impossible. Geniuses talk so much, don't they Such a bad habit! And they are always thinking about themselves, when I want them to be thinking about me.
An Ideal Husband
Mabel Chiltern, Act 2

Nothing is as dangerous as being too modern. One is apt to grow old-fashioned quite suddenly.
An Ideal Husband
Lady Markby, Act 2

The fact is that our Society is terribly over-populated. Really, some one should arrange a proper scheme of assisted emigration. It would do a great deal of good.
An Ideal Husband
Lady Markby, Act 2

He is a typical Englishman, always dull and usually violent.
An Ideal Husband
Mrs. Cheveley, Act 2

Morality is simply the attitude we adopt towards people we personally dislike.
An Ideal Husband
Mrs. Cheveley, Act 2

All sins, except a sin against itself, Love should forgive. All lives, save loveless lives, true Love should pardon.
An Ideal Husband
Sir Robert Chiltern, Act 2

Fashion is what one wears oneself. What is unfashionable is what other people wear.
An Ideal Husband
Lord Goring, Act 3

Lord Goring: Extraordinary thing about the lower classes in England – they are always losing their relations.
Phipps: Yes, my lord! They are extremely fortunate in that respect.
An Ideal Husband
Act 3

It is the growth of the moral sense of women that makes marriage such a hopeless, one-sided institution.
An Ideal Husband
Lord Goring, Act 3

Vulgarity is simply the conduct of other people.
An Ideal Husband
Lord Goring, Act 3

Romance should never begin with sentiment. It should begin with science and end with a settlement.
An Ideal Husband
Mrs. Cheveley, Act 3

Women are never disarmed by compliments. Men always are. That is the difference between the two sexes.
An Ideal Husband
Mrs. Cheveley, Act 3

To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.
An Ideal Husband
Lord Goring, Act 3

Other people are quite dreadful. The only possible society is oneself.
An Ideal Husband
Lord Goring, Act 3

Oh, why will parents always appear at the wrong time Some extraordinary mistake in nature, I suppose.
An Ideal Husband
Lord Goring, Act 3

If one could only teach the English how to talk, and the Irish how to listen, society here would be quite civilized.
An Ideal Husband
Mrs. Cheveley to Lord Goring, Act 3

In married life affection comes when people thoroughly dislike each other.
An Ideal Husband
Lord Goring, Act 3







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