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I answered you ' All save the honour of God'. We were like two deaf men talking. (Chapter 1)

No big words, Bishop. You know as well as I do that all that's at stake is its money. I need money for my wars. Will the Church give me any, yes or no? (Chapter 1)

Did you love me when I made you Chancellor? I wonder sometimes if you're capable of love. Do you love Gwendolen? (Chapter 1)

You belong to a conquered race too. But through tasting too much of the honey of life, you've forgotten even those who have been robbed of everything, have one thing left to call their own. (Chapter 1)

You are, today. But one must never drive one's enemy to despair. It makes him strong. Gentleness is better politics. It saps virility. A good occupational force must not crush, it must corrupt. (Chapter 2)

One can only buy those who are for sale, my... (Chapter 2)

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