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: For us it's mindless housework and doting on some halfwit. Mortimer Granville
: You can make some halfwit very happy. Charlotte Dalrymple
: It's simply not enough for me, or for most women. Would it be enough for you? Mortimer Granville
: Oh, I'm not most women.
: I am a woman like any other. Mortimer Granville
: Oh no, you're quite unlike any woman I've ever met.
] Mortimer Granville
: Will you be alright? Charlotte Dalrymple
: Yeah, I'm fine. I've got lots of friends in prison.
: It must be difficult pleasuring half the women in the city. Mortimer Granville
: Madam, *pleasure* has nothing to do with it, I can assure you. Charlotte Dalrymple
: Well I suppose that depends on whether you're *over* the table or on it.
: Something wrong? Mortimer Granville
: No, no. Um... I've just never seen you so... so... Charlotte Dalrymple
: formally attired? Mortimer Granville
: I was going to say... clean.
: Then I won't come here anymore. Not for charity or for company. And you may threaten me with privation, with bankruptcy, with a life that knows only hunger and squalor, but I shall never veer from what I know to be my own true path.