Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde
Author: Oscar Wilde | Published: 1892
Lady Windermere's Fan
Lady Windermere's Fan, written by the renowned playwright Oscar Wilde in 1892, is a comedic masterpiece that often goes overlooked. The play follows Lady Windermere and her social circle as they navigate their way through complex relationships and societal pressures. Set in Victorian era London, the story centers around Lady Windermere's discovery of her husband's infidelity with an alluring older woman.
Her decision to confront him results in a dramatic turn of events that reveals hidden secrets and deceptions within the lives of her friends and family. This farce provides equal parts humor and insight into human relationships as it explores themes such as trust, loyalty, honor, scandal and ultimately - redemption. Find out more about Lady Windermere's Fan at sevenov.com.
About Oscar Wilde
Oscar Wilde is one of the most iconic figures in history. The Irish poet and playwright was born in Dublin in 1854, and his works were popular with Victorian society. He attended Trinity College at the University of Dublin before relocating to London, becoming an important figure within British high society.
His work often mixed wit and satire to create a unique style that has been admired by many generations since. His only novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray, was published in 1890, followed by three collections of fairy tales and four plays which are among the most performed today: The Importance of Being Earnest, Salome, An Ideal Husband and Lady Windermere’s Fan. Find out more about Oscar Wilde at sevenov.com.