Why? You are worth it and yes I am confident what? You are my other half. I know you felt and saw it too and this was yes in a work setting which I know would transfer into any personal situation. If my anger/mind has fought to overcome a lot of things, loving you... it enjoys the ride and puts its hands in the air.
All in all Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ preserves its comedic appeal to an ever changing contemporary audience despite the fact it was written in the Victorian era. The use of literacy devices and satirical techniques exhibits the themes of marriage, death and the use of the word earnest and how it correlates to the play showcase the satirical craftsmanship of his epigram and with this proves that this renowned piece of literature sparked uproar during 19th century Britain which preserved the Irish born playwright as one of the greatest.
Akin to Shakespeare, Dickens and many others who worked in this field, his talent was unique in terms of self-expressions through different literary styles. Of course, the aesthetic manner of Wilde’s literature (as common to think as his highest achievement) has been already flourished earlier in the outstanding prose, but the innovative playwriting such as The Importance of Being Earnest (1895) shows the infinite origin of author’s ideas. And this one was an exception within the others, because throughout the play Wild draws the higher society in the most unattractive way. “ Trivial comedy for the serious people” is the epigraph of the book, which addresses its meaning certainly to the heart of the public author knew very-well. Therefore, the most beloved characters of his previous dramas like dandies appear now to be the objects of cruel mocking.
I will make America great again. Every day, there is a new more vicious and personal attack, yet he has desensitized us to the point in which we no longer abhor such comments, but instead laugh, and find comedy and entertainment.To some, even acceptance and
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Archer once said, “What can a poor critic do with a play which raises no principle, whether of art or morals, creates its own canons and conventions, and is nothing but an absolutely willful expression of an irrepressibly witty personality?” These words by archer help to reveal what Wilde intended to show in this play. Wilde in response to his play said, "we should treat all the trivial things of life seriously, and all the serious and studied things of life with sincere and studied triviality (2).” Despite the depiction of humor, the play is one of the best plays of the 19th century compared to other British plays. The characters of this play live by the words of Wilde, they treat all serious matters as jokes, and vise versa. This paper through the analysis of themes such as identity, the importance of marriage and social class, will reveal the greed as well as hypocrisy that hide under the Victorian politeness which invites audiences and readers to consider moral principles. All the aristocrats of the play have a crucial role in using deceit to make this possible.
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In An Ideal Husband, the characteristically clever Lord Goring cloaked wisdom in triviality, much like Wilde himself; in The Importance of Being Earnest, the deceitful but good-hearted Algernon embodied many of the qualities of his creator. In each of these plays, struggles within Wilde’s life often surfaced within the plot and dialogue. At the time they were written, the frenzied affair between Douglas and Wilde was at an apex, and the issues surrounding the situation--marital problems, conflicts with the government, and deception--permeated the works. The concept of deception woven throughout Oscar Wilde’s plays An Ideal Husband and The Importance of Being Earnest both reflected and drew inspiration from the artifice within his own life. Within An Ideal Husband and The Importance of Being Earnest, deception pervaded the formation of both plot and characters.