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Lady Windermere's Fan

AuthorOscar Wilde

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Duration1h 43m

CategoriesAdult Fiction, Plays and Dramatisations, Classics

PublisherNaxos

VersionUnabridged

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Lady Windermere is jealous of her husband's interest in an older woman. The fact that the older woman just happens to be Lady Windermere's long-presumed-dead mother is just the beginning of this divinely funny comedy.

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