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by Oscar Wilde
An Ideal Husband Quiz 3
1. In what Act does Sir Robert intend to retire from public life?
2. Who convinces Sir Robert not to retire from public life?
- Lady Chiltern
- Lord Goring
- Lord Caversham
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