Meet us on:
Welcome to Read Print! Sign in with
or
to get started!
 
Entire Site
    Try our fun game

    Dueling book covers…may the best design win!

    Random Quote
    "You have to recognize when the right place and the right time fuse and take advantage of that opportunity. There are plenty of opportunities out there. You can't sit back and wait."
     

    Subscribe to Our Newsletter

    Follow us on Twitter

    Never miss a good book again! Follow Read Print on Twitter

    The Persons of the Play & The Scene

    • Rate it:
    • Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 ratings
    Launch Reading Mode Next Chapter
    Chapter 1
    THE PERSONS OF THE PLAY

    THE EARL OF CAVERSHAM, K.G.
    VISCOUNT GORING, his Son
    SIR ROBERT CHILTERN, Bart., Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs
    VICOMTE DE NANJAC, Attache at the French Embassy in London
    MR. MONTFORD
    MASON, Butler to Sir Robert Chiltern
    PHIPPS, Lord Goring's Servant
    JAMES }
    HAROLD } Footmen
    LADY CHILTERN
    LADY MARKBY
    THE COUNTESS OF BASILDON
    MRS. MARCHMONT
    MISS MABEL CHILTERN, Sir Robert Chiltern's Sister
    MRS. CHEVELEY

    THE SCENES OF THE PLAY

    ACT I. The Octagon Room in Sir Robert Chiltern's House in Grosvenor
    Square.
    ACT II. Morning-room in Sir Robert Chiltern's House.
    ACT III. The Library of Lord Goring's House in Curzon Street.
    ACT IV. Same as Act II.

    TIME: The Present
    PLACE: London.

    The action of the play is completed within twenty-four hours.
    Next Chapter
    Chapter 1
    If you're writing a Oscar Wilde essay and need some advice, post your Oscar Wilde essay question on our Facebook page where fellow bookworms are always glad to help!

    Top 5 Authors

    Top 5 Books

    Book Status
    Finished
    Want to read
    Abandoned

    Are you sure you want to leave this group?