The Importance of being Ernest
The idea of The Importance of being Ernest is about living a double life. In the author's (Oscar Wilde) life he also was living a double life, as a homosexual. Oscar Wilde was living an undercover life as a homosexual who later died a sad life. Victorianisms is made to separate people from life, such as people who are homosexuals and how they act in the public eye or in society. For example Bill Clinton he performed the act by having sex with a woman other than his wife. The importance of February 14, 1895 (Feb. 18, starting the dispute with Queensbury) the dispute was over Queensbury, he…
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