Importance of being Earnest

Importance of being Earnest
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  • pg. 69
  • Lady Bracknell, I admit with shame that I do not know. I only wish I did.
  • Prism; where is that baby? 
  • pg. 70
  • But where did you deposit the hand-bag?
  • I left in the cloak-rooms of one of the larger railway stations in London. 
  • pg. 71
  • Lady Bracknell, I hate to seem inquisitive, but would you kindly inform me who I am?
  • I am afraid that the news I have to give you  will not altogether please you. You are the son of my poor sister, Mrs. Moncrieff, and consequently Algernon's elder brother.
  • pg. 72
  • Algy's elder brother! Then I have a brother after all. I knew I had a brother! I always said I had a brother!
  • pg. 73
  • Lieutenant -Colonel, Colonel, General 1869, Christian Names, Earnest John.
  • pg. 74
  • On the contrary, Aunt Augusta, I've now realised for the first time in my life the vital Importance of Being Earnest.
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