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➷ The Wheel of Fortune Free ➭ Author Richard Cumberland – Bogou.us

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➷ The Wheel of Fortune  Free ➭ Author Richard Cumberland – Bogou.us
  • Paperback
  • 72 pages
  • The Wheel of Fortune
  • Richard Cumberland
  • English
  • 18 May 2018
  • 9781330951545

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  1. says:

    Passable comedy short on laughs, redeemed with a denouement designed to bring a smile to the grumpiest face.Penruddock is a reclusive old curmudgeon who inherits a fortune and with it the means to ruin the man who stole his sweetheart many years before His enemy, Woodville, has gambled his family into debt, ruining his son Henry s chance of marrying the woman he loves, Emily Tempest.That s pretty much the plot for you Will Penruddock crush his for, who used to be his friend in youth, or will he spare him and thus allow Henry and Emily to tie the knot Despite being assured of how confirmed a misanthrope the old man is, I never detected much evidence of it.What little humour there was arrived in the shape of Emily s other suitor, Sir David Daw, a rich and ridiculous Welshman, dunder headed Daw, according to Sydenham, a friend to Woodville who Emily makes fun of The right actor in the right costume could still probably generate a few chuckles out of this role.Not that I didn t get some enjoyment from reading the play, for historical interest as much as anything That said, if Cumberland was a prolific and successful writer of comedies in late 18th early 19th century England I can understand why this is not seen as a golden period for the stage.I picked this out as the best speech by a mile, in which Penruddock looks aghast at the furnishings in the London home he has inherited and rues...

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