An Ideal Husband' is the comedy by Oscar Wilde, that was written in 1895. As well as 'The Importance of Being Earnest', this creation is the best example of Wilde's dramatic masterpiece. The novel takes place 'in the present' and revolves around blackmail and political corruption. The social satire, which touches on the themes of public and private honor,represents the human flaws. The novel takes place in twenty-four hours period and revolves around the lives of two men, successful political figure Sir Robert Chilternand his friend the uninspired but utterly charming Lord Arthur Goring. This social satire, that represents the human flaws, is the one of the most popular Wilde'scomedies. Read 'An Ideal Husband', the classical example of philosophical thought by Oscar Wilde!