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Quotes from Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw
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1  Quite the wisest thing you can do, my love.
Arms and the Man By George Bernard Shaw
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2  I know now that you were making love to her.
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3  Sergius: I think we two have found the higher love.
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4  You shall never get that out of me, for love or money.
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5  If pity is akin to love, gratitude is akin to the other thing.
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6  If I choose to love you, I dare marry you, in spite of all Bulgaria.
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7  I could no more fight with you than I could make love to an ugly woman.
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8  I may be worthless enough to betray the higher love; but do not you insult it.
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9  My love, stronger than anything you can feel, even for your chocolate cream soldier.
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10  I would marry the man I loved, which no other queen in Europe has the courage to do.
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11  You know that I love another woman, a woman as high above you as heaven is above earth.
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12  It means that you love me, and that I have had you here in my arms, and will perhaps have you there again.
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13  You allow him to make love to you behind my back, just as you accept me as your affianced husband behind his.
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14  If I loved you, though you would be as far beneath me as I am beneath you, I would dare to be the equal of my inferior.
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