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Oscar Wilde's The Importance Of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde is a mythical author who has composed several excellent plays including The Green Carnation and A Woman of No Importance, however, The Importance of Being Earnest was unquestionably the most well-known of his works. First published in 1930, nevertheless acknowledged as the late 1800s, The Importance of Being Earnest helped to revive the theater tradition of Congreve and Sheridan. The story is a comedic perspective of romance and the emphasis we place on seemingly insignificant articles, like a name. In this story, contrary to the typical saying, a rose by any other name wouldn't smell too sweet. Our first scene starts with a confrontation, and the entire story is a man versus confusing women (better known as society) battle from there on out. Jack Worthing drops from the home of Algernon Moncreiff on a friendly telephone after being from the country all weekend. Algy is expecting business, his Aunt Augusta Bracknell and cousin Gwendolyn Fairfax. After declaring this to Jack, Jack says his intentions of proposition to Gwendolyn. The confrontation comes about if Algy produces a cigarette case belonging to his comrade, and is inscribed вЂFrom little Cecily, with her fondest love to her dear Uncle Jack.вЂ™ This invokes confusion because Algy has always known Jack to be a Mr. Ernest Worthing. Currently, Jack explains he is leading a double life as Jack Worthing in the nation and Ernest Worthing from town. At the country, Ernest Worthing is his fictional younger brother who is constantly getting into trouble, thus requiring him to make frequent trips into town. This way, Ernest Worthing can be seen in city to further promote his presence and an excuse for departure. Jack suggests to Gwendolyn, that knows him Ernest, nevertheless Lady Bracknell vocalizes a small disconsent. For one thing, вЂњErnestвЂќ is an orphan who had been found in a purse at the cloakroom of a train station, while GwendolynвЂ™s parents have strong family values. But, Jack and Gwendolyn Opt to go on with the marriage. Jack must depart for the country, so he politely excuses his egression. Once in the country, Jack is surprised by the arrival of Algernon, acting as Ernest Worthing. Sensing trouble, Jack does his best to induce the exit of the вЂњyounger brotherвЂќ but it's to no avail. Cecily, constantly wanting to wed a guy by the name of Ernest, falls in love with...