“«Aunt Charlotte was saying that it's no good being married unless you submit to your husband,» said Katharine, framing her aunt's words into a far more definite shape than they had really worn; and when she spoke thus she did not appear at all old-fashioned. Lady Otway looked at her and paused for a moment. «Well, I really don't advise a woman who wants to have things her own way to get married,» she said, beginning a fresh row rather elaborately.
Mrs. Hilbery knew something of the circumstances which, as she thought, had inspired this remark. In a moment her face was clouded with sympathy which she did not quite know how to express.
«What a shame it was!»”