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Source: Brenner, M (2018).
"The naïve and idealistic Lady Windermere will have learned that the world is mixed morally, a lesson she will attempt to teach her husband." (Anderson, 2001, p. 171)
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Lady Windermere's fan | BBC 1985
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Lady Windermere's fan (BBC 1985)
On the brink of a momentous life-altering decision, a young lady learns that the difference between good and bad people is not always as straightforward as she thinks. This comedy of manners is packed with the wit and wisdom of the incomparable Oscar Wilde.