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The Man of Mode (1676)
- Next to the coming to a good understanding with a new mistress, I love a quarrel with an old one.
- Act I
- When love grows diseased, the best thing we can do is to put it to a violent death. I cannot endure the torture of a lingering and consumptive passion.
- Act II, sc. ii
- Writing, madam, is a mechanic part of wit. A gentleman should never go beyond a song or a billet.
- Act IV, sc. i
- I know all beyond High Park's a desert to you.
- Act V, sc. ii
- Often misquoted as "Beyond Hyde Park all is a desert".