Fragment: MRS. MARCHMONT. So do I. It puts one almost on a level with the commercial classes, doesn't it? But dear Gertrude Chiltern is always telling me that I should have some serious purpose in life. So I come here to try to find one.
LADY BASILDON. [Looking round through her lorgnette.] I don't see anybody here to?night whom one could possibly call a serious purpose. The man who took me in to dinner talked to me about his wife the whole time.