Lady Windermere's Fan
Publish date: June 6th 2007
Publisher: Fq Classics
Edition language: English
Oscar Wilde’s play always have a lot more to say than what we actually understand. There is always quite an abundance of irony, satire, sarcasm and whatnot in each of his words. 'Lady Windermere's Fan' is no less. This play reveals - how does a society or should I say a pseudo-society play a vital r...
bookshelves: winter-20102011, play-dramatisation, published-1893, victorian Recommended for: Braziliant Laura Read on December 12, 2010 ** spoiler alert ** The illustrious Mrs Erlynne sacrifices herself to rescue a lady from seduction, scandal and the gutter. Oscar Wilde's tale stars Joely Richa...
i simply adore reading wilde's plays. the dialogue is always witty and amusing. his work has timeless value.
Not Wilde's best. The plot was pretty lame - done before, and with lots of those rom-com situations where you think "This would all be cleared up if they'd just talk to each other like normal humans" - but it's still Wilde, so it's still plenty fun to read and has lots of things you probably would h...
While I really enjoyed this play I found it less amusing and interesting than the other works of Oscar Wilde. So for me this is not a case of the play being worth less than five stars but rather that it is overshadowed by Wilde at his best. For I believe that A Woman of No Importance and The Importa...
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