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1  It was no matter how it all ended, or was destined to end.
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2  But beauty, real beauty, ends where an intellectual expression begins.
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3  It seems to me to be simply like a wonderful ending to a wonderful play.
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4  And so he had begun by vivisecting himself, as he had ended by vivisecting others.
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5  When all that is settled, I shall take a West End theatre and bring her out properly.
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6  "Still, the East End is a very important problem," remarked Sir Thomas with a grave shake of the head.
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7  When one is in love, one always begins by deceiving one's self, and one always ends by deceiving others.
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8  I have always felt rather guilty when I came to see your dear aunt, for I take no interest at all in the East End.
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9  If they were allowed their own way, every comedy would have a tragic ending, and every tragedy would culminate in a farce.
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10  She told me she had discovered a wonderful young man who was going to help her in the East End, and that his name was Dorian Gray.
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11  "Laughter is not at all a bad beginning for a friendship, and it is far the best ending for one," said the young lord, plucking another daisy.
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12  Once, some one who had terribly loved him had written to him a mad letter, ending with these idolatrous words: "The world is changed because you are made of ivory and gold."
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13  He was very nearly blackballed at a West End club of which his birth and social position fully entitled him to become a member, and it was said that on one occasion, when he was brought by a friend into the smoking-room of the Churchill, the Duke of Berwick and another gentleman got up in a marked manner and went out.
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