The Importance of Being Earnest
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(Quote from page 31) - Verbal irony
For goodness' sake don't play that ghastly tune!
This is dramatic irony because Cecily and Gwendolen are fighting over who is married to Ernest (page 71-72)
Mr. Ernest Worthing is engaged to me
This is verbal irony because she won't like her in a couple of pages... (page 68)
My first impressions of people are never wrong
Please don't touch the cucumber sandwiches
Well you have been eating them all the time
Algernon tells Jack that he can't eat cucumber sandwiches because they are for Aunt Augusta
I've now realized for the first time in my life the vital Importance of Being Earnest
Jack knew he was lying when saying his name was Ernest, but found out he was telling the truth the entire time (pg 106)
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