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Caesar's Wife

W. Somerset Maugham

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Book Excerpt: 
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I'm expecting to learn a good deal from my journey.


You may learn a good deal that will surprise you. You may learn that there are races in the world that seem born to rule and races that seem born to serve; that democracy is not a panacea for all the ills of mankind, but merely one system of government like another, which hasn't had a long enough trial to make it certain whether it is desirable or not; that freedom generally means the power of the strong to oppress the weak, and that the wise statesman gives men the illusion of it but not the substance—in short, a number of things which must be very disturbing to the equilibrium of a Radical Member of Parliament.


On the other hand, you'll see our beautiful Nile and the temples.


And perhaps they'll suggest to you that however old . . . Read More

Community Reviews

"I think the lady doth protest too much." This play is billed as a comedy, but I found little (no?) amusement in it. Maybe actors can bring out the humor, but the words themselves did not. The story is one of star-crossed lovers and is rooted in its time--which didn't age well for me. The threads ar

4.5 For A Wonderful Blend Of Love And Humor

I would give this play a 4.5 for it's simple yet profound handling of love and temptation among the top diplomatic English officials in colonial India.