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Oscar Wilde Ä 3 review review ñ The Importance of Being Earnest Ernest really What kind of man is he Read this funny play and laugh Or act it to your frie. Hilarious and entertaining read the wit and sarcasm in this book was outta this world

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Oscar Wilde Ä 3 review review ñ The Importance of Being Earnest Gwendolen thinks that she loves Ernest Cecily thinks that she loves Ernest too But who is. If you are not too long I will wait for you all my life Ah Mr Wilde can always be counted on to make me laugh to poke fun at the ridiculousness of human behaviour to tell a story that is both incredibly clever and undeniably silly The Importance of Being Earnest is a play about mistaken identity lies the English class system and the never ending vanity and selfishness of high society members And it s hilarious It s one of few pre 20th century comedies to have maintained it s laugh factor to this day And one of the few plays I actually enjoy to read The whole theory of modern education is radically unsound Fortunately in England at any rate education produces no effect whatsoever The story is about Ernest Ernest is a number of people John Worthing John Worthing s imaginary brother and Algernon Montcrieff in short Ernest does not exist but is rather the creation of John s and Algernon s overactive and untruthful minds As the pair create a web of lies in order to impress the women in their lives who absolutely adore the name Ernest they become and tangled in their mess When the two meet whilst playing their imaginary characters to different people their lies start to unravelWilde takes us on a mocking journey through the lives of several wealthy 19th century people His dialogue is witty and brimming with jokes at the expense of the upper classes I especially like Lady Bracknell s response to John Worthing being an orphan when she is assessing whether he is good enough for her daughter To lose one parent may be regarded as a misfortune to lose both looks like carelessness And a few gems I never travel without my diary One should always have something sensational to read in the train My dear fellow the truth isn t uite the sort of thing one tells to a nice sweet refined girl What extraordinary ideas you have about the way to behave to a woman To be natural is such a very difficult pose to keep up

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Oscar Wilde Ä 3 review review ñ The Importance of Being Earnest Nds and they will laugh This is a wonderful play by one of the greatest writers of his tim. Algernon Algy Moncrieff is being visited by his enigmatic friend Ernest Worthing that is Ernest in town and Jack John in the country It s a long story but we have time MrWorthing likes to go to town Get as far as possible away from his stifling depressing responsibilities at home change his name to Ernest and becomes his younger brother who doesn t exist Do the wrong things everybody has secrets still lies in fact flow like maple syrup on pancakes from his lips That s the charm of this play finding out the truth strange but the facts will eventually make it all right The constantly broke Algernon also likes telling a few untruths he has an imaginary friend at his age Bunbury chiefly used by Mr Moncrieff to get out of going to see the intimidating Lady Bracknell his aunt Friend Bunbury always becomes gravely ill just as his presence is needed at his relative s residence the good man goes to see the sick friend what devotion There are not many like him around any but the sick man inevitably recovers which greatly irritates his Aunt Augusta wishing that Bunbury makes up his mind is he staying or going Lady Bracknell is very very scary she makes people uncomfortable the sooner they get out of her sight the comfortable they becomeHer husband Lord Bracknell hides upstairs and is not seen very often except by his family most people in London don t know he exists His wife likes it that way Today Aunt Augusta comes to see her nephew bringing along her uiet daughter Gwendolen ErnestJack is madly in love with her she seems not to mind too much but of course there is a problem Ernest was found in a railroad station in a handbag at the tender age of one nobody knew where he came from fortunately for the baby being adopted by his founder a very rich and kindly old gentleman Who when he expired left him Ernest a wealthy man in his will 28 years later complications arise Mr Worthing proposes to Algernon s cousin she accepts yet Lady Bracknell seems dubious He is not on her list of worthy bachelors starts asking uestions who are his parents Tells the great lady he doesn t have any she replies that seems like carelessness which annoys the not uite earnest Ernest Now the unethical MrMoncrieff is eavesdropping writes down his friend s unknown address the shy man never told him and after everyone leaves he hops on a train and arrives at Worthing s home Pretends to be Ernest Jack s never seen evil brother another pretend surprise at meeting with Cecily his friend s beautiful 18 year old ward granddaughter of his late benefactor Love at first sight she wants to reform the notorious man he s very willing to become respectable all is going well but Jack this is the country returns home you guessed it also the fearsome Lady Bracknell and daughter Trouble with a capital T both girls are engaged to a man called ErnestWhich cause hurt feelings and a lot of turmoil name calling and disagreeable scenes before the resolution of our playA witty and amusing story making fun of the foibles of the upper class by Oscar Wilde who else

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