Oscar Wilde quote about love from A Woman of No Importance - Who, being loved, is poor?
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Who, being loved, is poor?
 Oscar Wilde, A Woman of No Importance (1893). copy citation

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Author Oscar Wilde
Source A Woman of No Importance
Topic love poverty
Date 1893
Language English
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Weblink https://www.gutenberg.org/files/854/854-h/854-h.htm

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“[To Hester.] But has he found indeed another love?
Hester. You know I have loved him always.
Mrs. Arbuthnot. But we are very poor.
Hester. Who, being loved, is poor? Oh, no one. I hate my riches. They are a burden. Let him share it with me.
Mrs. Arbuthnot. But we are disgraced. We rank among the outcasts Gerald is nameless. The sins of the parents should be visited on the children.” source

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