By Oscar Wilde
The expectancies and inequalities of the British upper-class are delivered to the vanguard while Mrs. Arbuthnot is pressured to set her impeccable recognition apart for the sake of an immense chance awarded to her son, Gerald.
Oscar Wilde’s performs were generally recommended for his or her wit and biting satire of British social customs. performs like A lady of No Importance, An excellent Husband, and The significance of Being Earnest solidified Oscar Wilde’s place as probably the most proficient dramatists within the Victorian period.
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He’s got three four dames,” said Jones. ” Eddie asked. “That’s when you can’t get no dame,” said Mack. “I thought it was a kind of a party,” said Jones. A silence fell on the room. Mack shifted in his chaise longue. Hughie let the front legs of his chair down on the floor. They looked into space and then they all looked at Mack. ” said Jones. ” Hughie demanded. ” “Oh, I know,” said Mack. “He’s been to college. Once I seen a dame in a fur coat go in there. Never did see her come out. It was two o’clock the last I looked—and that church music goin’.
He wasn’t, but if one wanted to spend money, he was available. Lee’s position in the community surprised him as much as he could be surprised. Over the course of the years everyone in Cannery Row owed him money. He never pressed his clients, but when the bill became too large, Lee cut off credit. Rather than walk into the town up the hill, the client usually paid or tried to. Lee was round-faced and courteous. He spoke a stately English without ever using the letter R. When the tong wars were going on in California, it happened now and then that Lee found a price on his head.
A great phonograph stands against the wall with hundreds of records lined up beside it. Under the window is a redwood bed and on the walls and to the bookcases are pinned reproductions of Daumiers, and Graham, Titian, and Leonardo and Picasso, Dalí and George Grosz, pinned here and there at eye level so that you can look at them if you want to. There are chairs and benches in this little room and of course the bed. As many as forty people have been here at one time. Behind this library or music room, or whatever you want to call it, is the kitchen, a narrow chamber with a gas stove, a water heater, and a sink.
A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde