The Invisible Woman Quotes

  • Charles Dickens: A wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is a profound secret and mystery to every other.

    Nelly: Until that secret is given to another to look after. And then perhaps two human creatures may know each other.

  • [first lines]

    Mr. George Wharton Robinson: Our boys' curriculum is very wide. They perform a short play at the end of every term. Theater's an abiding interest of my wife... Ah, Mary, tea if you please.

    Mary: [arriving late] Yes, sir.

    Mr. George Wharton Robinson: Through the open door... Nelly, where were you? Mr. Benham has been here since 3:00.

    Nelly: I'm so sorry. Mr. Lambourne has been organizing the boys best he can.

    Mary: I lost all sense of time...

  • [last lines]

    Actress: This is a tale of woe. This is a tale of sorrow. A love denied, a love restored, to live beyond tomorrow. Lest we think silence is the place to hide a heavy heart, remember, to love and be loved is life itself without which we are nought.

  • Charles Dickens: When the day is creeping up on us and we must put in order the chaos of the night.

  • Nelly: Stand guard once more, ready for life.

Extended Reading
  • Ernie 2022-04-15 09:01:08

    Has little to do with secrecy, a woman's growth education.

  • Lurline 2022-04-15 08:01:01

    #Watching Notes# 1897 Why do you look down on other people's lovers? Isn't that a mistress like her? I'm sorry I didn't see any love, I just thought men were scumbags and women were stupid.