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What is the setting of School for Scandal?interms of physical or mental...
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What do you mean by physical environment, I do not really know. As far as mental environment is concerned, Sheridan's play is not really a psychologically inclined drama but the prevailing mental condition in the play is one of duplicity, maintaining double standards and an appearance -reality dichotomy that has to work in a scandal ridden world.
Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play School for Scandal was performed in 1777 and along with Oliver Goldsmith's She Stoops to Conquer, it is widely regarded as an anti-sentimental play reviving the Restoration Manners Comedy tradition somewhat but in a much more satirical and less naturalistic style. It is set in the upper class fashionable urban space of London. There are two indoor spaces in the play primarily--Lady Sneerwell's House and the Peter Teazle House.
Posted by kc4u on January 15, 2010 at 6:45 PM (Answer #1)
the school for scandal operates with the backdrop of an urban social class of elites.contemporary elites had a frightfully monotonous existence without the urge of earing their own sustainence. thus they would regularly indulge themselves in circulating gossips in all social platforms.
Posted by eternallylovable on May 3, 2011 at 11:37 PM (Answer #2)
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