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The Divorce of Lady X

The Divorce of Lady X(1938)

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  • Leslie  

    You're much too nice to turn me out.

  • Logan  

    Nice! My dear young lady, you don't know me. The trouble with me is that I'm weak. A charming young girl like you can put anything over on me in five minutes. But at least I know my weakness, so I force myself to be rude. Sometimes even brutal!

  • Leslie  

    You do like talking about yourself, don't you?

  • Logan  

    Why... yes... most men do. But at least they know the truth about themselves. Women don't. They only know the truth about each other.

  • Logan  

    We have ample opportunities in this court for learning what women mean, or what they mean they mean if in these days they mean anything at all.

  • Logan  

    Modern woman has disowned womanhood but refuses man's obligations. She demands freedom but won't accept responsibility. She insists upon time to develop her personality, and she spends it in cogitating on which part of her body to paint next.

  • Logan  

    Modern woman has no loyalty, decency, or justice; no endurance, reticence, or self-control; no affection, fine feelings, or mercy. In short, she is unprincipled, relentless, and exacting; idle, unproductive, and tedious; unimaginative, humorless, and vain; vindictive, undignified, and weak. And the sooner man takes out his whip again, the better for sanity and progress.