A really good play by Oscar Wilde filled with witticism. Many references to food - muffins, cucumber sandwiches, teacakes and there's some underlying innunendo that really mock victorian society. The characters, particularly Algernon and Bunbury are particularly loveable, and the most memorable line is probably Lady Bracknell's "A handbag?" in a very incredulous tone.
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