Strong Emphasis

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<p>Wilde complained to me one day that someone
in a well-known novel had stolen an idea of his. I
pleaded in defence of the culprit that Wilde himself
was a fearless literary thief. “My dear fellow,”
he said, with his usual drawling emphasis, “when I
see a monstrous tulip with <em>four</em> wonderful petals in
someone else’s garden, I am impelled to grow a
monstrous tulip with <em>five</em> wonderful petals, but that
is no reason why someone should grow a tulip with
only <em>three</em> petals.” <strong>That was oscar wilde.</strong></p>

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Strong emphasis


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