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"Man Three: We were a city of the Arts, then.
Man Two: One of the foremost in the land.
Man One: In Europe.
Man Four: Goethe spent a night here. In the Golden Apostle.
Man Three: Brahms composed a quarter here." p. 12



"Ill: I can help you here, Mister Mayor. Clara loved justice. Most decidedly. Once when they took a beggar away she flung stones at the police.
Mayor: Love of justice. Not bad. It always works. But I think we'd better leave out that bit about the police." p. 15

"Claire Zachanassian: That hurt. You hit one of the straps for my artificial leg." p. 30

"Mayor: Justice can't be bought.
Claire Zachanassian: Everything can be bought." p. 36

"Mayor: Madam Zachanassian: you forget, this is Europe. You forget, we are not savages. In the name of all citizens of Guellen, I reject your offer; and I reject it in the...

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