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Woman of No Importance, A

Woman of No Importance, A

Oscar Wilde

ISBN: 9781854598240

One of the three famous social melodramas that Oscar Wilde wrote before turning to society comedy with "The Importance of Being Earnest". Revived in the West End with Prunella Scales and Samantha Bond. All four of Wilde's full-length plays are now in Dram

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LADY HUNSTANTON. Politics are in a sad way everywhere, I am told. They certainly are in England. Dear Mr. Cardew is ruining the country. I wonder Mrs. Cardew allows him. I am sure, Lord Illingworth, you don't think that uneducated people should be allowed to have votes?
Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde (1854 – 1900) was born in Dublin to Sir William Wilde and his wife Jane. While studying at Oxford, he was fascinated by the aesthetic movement and eventually became a proponent for L'art pour l'art ("Art for Art's Sake"), and wrote the award-winning poem Ravenna. After he graduated in 1879, he moved to Chelsea in London to establish a literary career. Upon graduating in 1879, he moved ... view full profile

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