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1  As I am now, I am no wife for you.
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2  I want to be with you, my darling wife.
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3  Before all else, you are a wife and a mother.
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4  But you are my wife, whatever becomes of you.
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5  Well, we will share it, Nora, as man and wife should.
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6  You have loved me as a wife ought to love her husband.
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7  No, a wife cannot borrow without her husband's consent.
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8  Let your wife go dressed just as she is in everyday life.
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9  Alas, Torvald, you are not the man to educate me into being a proper wife for you.
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10  No, my dear fellow, I won't disturb you; I would rather go in to your wife for a little while.
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11  I have heard that when a wife deserts her husband's house, as I am doing now, he is legally freed from all obligations towards her.
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12  It seems as if that had made her, as it were, doubly his own; he has given her a new life, so to speak; and she has in a way become both wife and child to him.
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13  Just think how a guilty man like that has to lie and play the hypocrite with every one, how he has to wear a mask in the presence of those near and dear to him, even before his own wife and children.
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