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: Haven't we been punished enough?
: Please don't call me a clever girl, Mr. Phillotson, there are too many of us about these days.
: Why are you looking at me like that? Jude Fawley
: Does it scare you? Sue
: No. I am not afraid of any man. Jude Fawley
: Why? Sue
: Because no man would touch a woman unless she gives him reason to. A touch or a look that say come on. If you never look, they'll never come. You are the timid sex.
[Sue has just spurned Jude again
] Sue Bridehead
: Promise me you'll never stop trying.
: It's right that I suffer.
: I would have liked to have talked with her before she died. Jude Fawley
: She would have enjoyed that. Sue
: What did she say? Jude Fawley
: She said we both made bad husbands and wives
: Do I irritate you? Jude Fawley
: No. Sue
: Even though I'm always trying to prove how much cleverer than you I am. Jude Fawley
: You are! Sue
: Don't say that! Jude Fawley
: Why not? Sue
: Because it's not the sort of thing you should admit to! Jude Fawley
: Even if it's true?
: They locked me up for being out with you, so I jumped out of the window, climbed over a fence, crossed the deepest river in England and here I am!
: You're still Joseph, the dreamer of dreams. And the tragic Don Quixote. Sometimes you are a St. Stephen, who sees Heaven open up, even as they're stoning him.