By Oscar Wilde

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Good- night, Gertrude! ] LADY CHILTERN. Good-night, dear! ] You saw whom Lady Markby brought here to-night? LORD GORING. Yes. It was an unpleasant surprise. What did she come here for? LADY CHILTERN. Apparently to try and lure Robert to uphold some fraudulent scheme in which she is interested. The Argentine Canal, in fact. LORD GORING. She has mistaken her man, hasn't she? LADY CHILTERN. She is incapable of understanding an upright nature like my husband's! LORD GORING. Yes. I should fancy she came to grief if she tried to get Robert into her toils.

Cheveley? MRS. CHEVELEY. Oh, I will tell you. I wanted to interest him in this Argentine Canal scheme, of which I dare say you have heard. And I found him most susceptible, susceptible to reason, I mean. A rare thing in a man. I converted him in ten minutes. He is going to make a speech in the House to-morrow night in favour of the idea. We must go to the Ladies' Gallery and hear him! It will be a great occasion! LADY CHILTERN. There must be some mistake. That scheme could never have my husband's support.

CHEVELEY. What a charming house you have, Lady Chiltern! I have spent a delightful evening. % LADY CHILTERN. Why did you wish to meet my husband, Mrs. Cheveley? MRS. CHEVELEY. Oh, I will tell you. I wanted to interest him in this Argentine Canal scheme, of which I dare say you have heard. And I found him most susceptible, susceptible to reason, I mean. A rare thing in a man. I converted him in ten minutes. He is going to make a speech in the House to-morrow night in favour of the idea. We must go to the Ladies' Gallery and hear him!

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