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The irony in this scene is that although Jack has money and has good character, the only reason Lady Bracknell refuses to give her blessing is because Jack was found at a Railway Station as a baby.
SITUATIONAL IRONY ACT I
you can hardly imagine that I and my husband would dream of allowing our only daughter to marry into a cloak room and form an alliance with a parcel? GOODMORNING MR.WORTHING!
.. but i make between seven and eight thousand a year
In this scene, Algy acts like a hypocrite that pretends to be good while really being wicked, which Cecily calls out. Algy actually is pretending to be something he is not , although Cecily doesn't know it.
DRAMATIC IRONY ACT II
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
I am not really wicked at all, cousin cecily. You mustn't think that I am wicked
DRAMATIC IRONY ACT III
The irony in this scene is that Lady Bracknell informs Jack that he is the son of her sister, making him Algernon's older brother. Jack asks Lady Bracknell what his original name was and he finds it in a book, His real name is Ernest
I always told you, Gwendolen, my name was ernest didn't I? Well It is after all. I mean it naturally is Ernest
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