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e44e635bdc ISBN0521547903Revising Wilde: Society and Subversion in the Plays of Oscar Wilde^ Mason (1917:430) ^ a b Ellmann (1988:527) ^ Mason (1917:429) ^ "Rare book found in charity shop", BBC, accessed 3 May 2010 ^ Pabl (2005:299) ^ Pabl (2005:318) ^ a b Pabl (2005:319) ^ Pabl (2005:314) ^ Editions Actes Sud-PapiersWilde agreed and combined elements of the second and third acts. The largest cut was the removal of the character of MrHow I used to toy with that Tiger Life." As one scholar has put it, the absolute necessity for homosexuals of the period to "need a public mask is a factor contributing to the satire on social disguise."No doubt seriously." The play was so light-hearted that many reviewers compared it to comic opera rather than dramalibcom
Radio and televisionSince wordplay is often unique to the language in question, translators are faced with a choice of either staying faithful to the originalin this case the English adjective and virtue earnestor creating a similar pun in their own language.For a 1913 revival at the same theatre the young actors Gerald Ames and AISBN0710069294Contents 1 Composition 2 Productions 2.1 Premiere 2.2 Critical reception 2.3 Revivals 3 Synopsis 3.1 Act I 3.2 Act II 3.3 Act III 4 Themes 4.1 Triviality 4.2 As a satire of society 4.3 Suggested homosexual subtext 5 Bunburying 6 Dramatic analysis 6.1 Use of language 6.2 Characterisation 6.3 Structure and genre 7 Publication 7.1 First edition 7.2 In translation 8 Adaptations 8.1 Film 8.2 Operas and musicals 8.3 Radio and television 8.4 Commercial recordings 9 Notes and references 10 Sources 11 External links Cecily is studying with her governess, Miss PrismPublicationSandulescu, Constantin-George (ed) (1994)