School for Scandal - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue Summary

Lady Teazle admits she is not eager to leave London for the country, but she understands that it is for the best. After all, London is a place of many temptations and she can reform her ways more effectively by living a quiet life of contentment away from the bustling streets.

Epilogue Analysis

The epilogue, which is spoken by Lady Teazle, shows that she is ready to reform her ways after diving into the vile cesspool of London society. In fact, the very idea that she enjoys the excitement of the city shows that she is eager to better herself. This is because she is giving up something she enjoys so she can learn how to be a better person. After all, vices are tempting because they are enjoyable. Thus, rather than enjoy her vices, Lady Teazle is willing to put them aside so that she can...

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