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Sir Oliver consults Rowley, Sir Peters shrewd and observing servant, in an attempt to learn more about his nephews characters. Candour enters and ironically talks about how "tale-bearers are as bad as the tale-makers." Soon after that, Sir Benjamin and Crabtree also enter, bringing a good deal of gossip with them. Joseph arrives to confer with Lady Sneerwell. Sir Oliver says he has met both of his nephews and agrees with Sir Peter's (former) estimate of Joseph's high character, but then acknowledges with laughter that he knows the story of what happened at Joseph's with the closet and screen. On the other hand, the play has also been criticised for some hints of anti-Semitism, specifically "the disparaging remarks made about moneylenders, who were often Jewish." 18 It is true that the moneylender Moses is portrayed in a comparatively positive light, but the way. Act IV edit, miss Chester as Lady Teazle, scene I : Charles goes on to sell all of the family portraits to "Premium using the rolled-up family tree as a gavel. Despite their quarrel, Sir Peter still finds himself charmed by his wife even when she is arguing with him. Sir Oliver concludes that "this is the temple of dissipation indeed!".

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