Not So Bad as We Seem, or, Many Sides to a Character: A Comedy in Five Acts
Not So Bad as We Seem, Or, Many Sides to a Character: A Comedy in Five Acts, was a play written by Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton in 1851, and performed the same year as a charity event to benefit the Literary Guild, a society for struggling authors. The performance was especially notable for its cast, which included novelists Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins, Punch editor Mark Lemon, artists Augustus Egg and John Tenniel, and writers Peter Cunningham and Douglas Jerrold. Dickens and Collins met for the first time during production.
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