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Richard Brinsley Sheridan was an Irish playwright and Whig statesman. He tried his talent in different genres of literature. In his plays he satirized the prevailing customs in a hilarious manner. He became a leading figure f his party.Review:
“The quintessential creation about people blabbering about people. Here is sham, snobbery and betrayal in full regalia. Yet it is suffused with true elegance. Even sentiment peers through. Language glitters and characters effervesce.” ―The New York Times
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