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Past Thematic Questions (CIE) for An Ideal Husband

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An Ideal Husband Politics ?A political life is a noble career.? (Sir Robert Chiltern) How, and with what effects, does Wilde show the limits of this view during the play? Discuss Wilde?s presentation of politics in An Ideal Husband. Dramatic Irony/Humor How does Wilde make his exploration of serious moral issues dramatically entertaining? How does Wilde make his exploration of serious moral issues dramatically entertaining? Characters How, and with what effects, does Wilde?s presentation of Mrs Cheveley contrast with that of Lady Chiltern? How far does Wilde lead you to feel sympathy for Sir Robert in the play? Discuss the role and dramatic significance of Lord Goring in the play. ?LADY CHILTERN: One?s past is what one is. It is the only way by which people should be judged.?

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