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"Times" by Arthur Wing Pinero is a captivating play that delves into the complexities of societal norms and values during the late 19th century. The play follows the life of an unconventional young woman named Diana, who finds herself questioning the rigid expectations placed upon her by society.

Pinero masterfully weaves together themes of class struggle, gender roles, and the pursuit of personal fulfillment in a way that is both thought-provoking and engaging. The characters are well-developed and the dialogue is sharp and witty, adding depth to the overall narrative.

Overall, "Times" is a compelling exploration of the challenges and contradictions inherent in Victorian society, making it a timeless piece of literature that is sure to resonate with readers of all generations.

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Percy Egerton-Bompas, M.P., and Mrs Bompas have secrets in their family. Which promise grave difficulties as they try to marry off their daughter. To say nothing of the potential political implications to a promising career.... A comedy. Which, with Pinero, does not preclude serious topics being seriously addressed. - Summary by ToddHW Cast list: Percy Egerton-Bompas, M.P.: Adrian Stephens Mrs. Egerton-Bompas: Sonia Howard, their son: Dale Burgess Beryl, their daughter: thestorygirl Countess of Ripstow: TJ Burns Denham, Viscount Lurgashall, her son: Tomas Peter Hon. Montague Trimble: ToddHW Timothy McShane, M.P.: Alan Mapstone Mrs. Hooley: Cliona Woodbyrne Honoria, her daughter: Linda Olsen Fitak Miss Cazalet: Jenn Broda Lucy Tuck: Annie Mars Jelf: Son of the Exiles Stage Directions: Larry Wilson Editing: ToddHW

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