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Cordelia Flyte (Character)
from "Brideshead Revisited" (1981)

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Brideshead Revisited: Season 1: Episode 11 -- Lord Marchmain comes home to Brideshead to die. Bridey's determination to see his father reconcile with the church finally infects Julia, and even Charles, though it seals their fate. Back at Brideshead in the bleak spring of 1944, Charles relives his memories as he walks through the rooms with the HQ commandant. Alone in the chapel, he whispers a prayer.

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Cordelia is the youngest of the children of Lord and Lady Marchmain... See more »
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Lady Cordelia Flyte


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  1. Brideshead Revisited (2008) Played by Felicity Jones

  2. "Brideshead Revisited"
        - Brideshead Revisited (1981) TV episode, Played by Phoebe Nicholls
        - A Twitch Upon the Thread (1981) TV episode, Played by Phoebe Nicholls
        - Brideshead Deserted (1981) TV episode, Played by Phoebe Nicholls
        - The Unseen Hook (1981) TV episode, Played by Phoebe Nicholls
        - Julia (1981) TV episode, Played by Phoebe Nicholls
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From "Brideshead Revisited: A Twitch Upon the Thread (#1.10)" (1981)
[Cordelia has been telling Charles that she has recently met Sebastian living a dissolute and drunken life in a Tunisian monastery after his lover has killed himself]
Charles Ryder: It's not what one would have foretold. I suppose he doesn't suffer.
Cordelia Flyte: Oh, yes, I think he does. One has no idea what the suffering may be - to be as maimed as he is. No dignity, no power of will. No-one is truly holy without suffering.
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