Oscar Wilde

A Woman of No Importance

Though he is now best remembered for his fiction, famed wit and bon vivant Oscar Wilde also dabbled in drama over the course of his long and varied literary career. A Woman of No Importance is a darkly comedic play about a group of aristocrats whose prim adherence to decorum hides a bevy of scandalous secrets.
86 printed pages

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    Eugina Lupinshared an impression4 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    Thought provoking, even though too short for such a story.

    shroukdannyshared an impression6 months ago
    👍Worth reading


    Ann Velmhas quoted3 months ago
    wenty years of romance make a woman look like a ruin; but twenty years of marriage make her something like a public building.
    ziggy73has quoted5 months ago
    But I believe he said her family was too large. Or was it her feet? I forget which.
    shroukdannyhas quoted6 months ago
    The action of the play takes place within twenty-four hours

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