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Combined in this volume are three of Richard Brinsley Sheridan's most loved works, The School for Scandal and The Rivals and The Critic. "The School for Scandal" is Richard Brinsley Sheridan's classic comedy that pokes fun at London upper class society in the late 1700s.
"The School for Scandal" is Richard Brinsley Sheridan's classic comedy that pokes fun at London upper class society in the late 1700s. Often referred to as a "comedy of manners", "The School for Scandal" is one Sheridan's most performed plays and a classic of English comedic drama. "The Rivals" was Richard Brinsley Sheridan's first play and while at first it was not well received it would go on to prove to be a great success and establish Sheridan …
Portada: The School for Scandal and The Rivals de Digireads.com; Editorial: Digireads.com | 01/01/2006; Sinopsis: El autor de The School for Scandal and The Rivals, con isbn 978-1-4209-2719-1, es Richard Brinsley Sheridan, esta publicación tiene ciento treinta y seis páginas. The concluding scenes of both The Rivals and The School for Scandal revert sentiment and honour to their true meanings, and Siddiqui agrees with Ernest Bernbaum’s claim that the plays have "the denouements of sentimental comedy". In Act V, scene iii of both plays, issues of misidentity are cleared up, lovers are reunited, and while falseness ...
The School for Scandal is a comedy of manners written by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. It was first performed in London at Drury Lane Theatre on 8 May 1777. Plot Act I. Scene I: Lady Sneerwell, a wealthy young widow, and her hireling Snake discuss her various scandal-spreading plots. Snake asks why she is so involved in the affairs of Sir Peter ... 5.06.2013