the importance of being earnest

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  • Please don't touch the cucumber sandwiches. They are ordered specially for Aunt Augusta
  • Then a passionate celibacy is all that any of us can look forward to
  • NO!
  • I hope you have not been leading a double life, pretending to be wicked and being really good all the time. That would be hypocrisy
  • Situational: Algy told Jack not to touch it, but he takes one up and eat it by himself.
  • If you are not, then you have been deceiving us all in a very inexcusable manner, I hope you have not been leading a double life, pretending to be wicked and being really good all the time. That would be hypocrisy."
  • Oh! Of course I have been rather reckless.
  • Verbal: When we think of a passionate love, most people don't think of celibacy, in fact most people think the exact opposite. It's nearly impossible to have the passionate romance we think of when you're celibate during the relationship.
  • He proposed to me first!
  • But now he proposed to me which means he changed his mind!
  • Dramatic: Algy actually is pretending to be wicked here, although Cecily doesn't know it
  • OMG! My name is Earnest! I was telling the truth this whole time!
  • Verbal: He says to Cecily that he was just a little clumsy with how he acted as Earnest. But his true meaning could be seen as being reckless with getting himself into this dilemma.
  • Dramatic: Gwendolen and Cecily are fighting over who is actually engaged to the man with the name of Earnest. But we the audience all know that neither of them is named Earnest.
  • Situational: Jack found out that he is Earnest this whole time, and he does have a brother, so every lie he told was all true.
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