The Importance Of Being Earnest
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I'll reveal to you the meaning of that incomparable expression as soon as you are kind enough to tell me why you are Ernest in town and Jack in the country.
Bunburyist? What on earth do you mean a Bunburyist?
Mr. Bunbury the Invalid
The your wife will. You don't seem to realize, in married life three is company and two is none.
That is nonsense. If I marry a charming girl like Gwendolen, and she is the only girl I ever saw in my life that I would marry, I certainly don't want to know Bunbury.
Jack or Ernest?
Of course I will, darling. How long you have been about it! I am afraid you have had very little experience in how to propose.
Gwendolen will you marry me?
Ernest tells Algy that his real name is Jack and that Little Cecily is his ward under the care of Miss Prism in the country. Algy returns the cigarette case and sits on the couch.
Algy explains what Bunburying is and tells him about his very ill friend Mr. Bunbury. Jack tells him that he plans on getting rid of Ernest if Gwendolen says yes.
While Algy gives Jack a moment alone with Gwendolen he nervously asks for her hand in marriage, He shortly finds out he has to be by the name of Ernest to wed Gwendolen.
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