Why the Play "The Importance of Being Earnest" Is Still Packing Theaters Today, Even though It Is over Hundred Years Old?
Education which is also scrutinized by Wilde is shown to be inappropriate and not of use to anybody in the world of Lady Bracknell. This quotation highlights the truth of what Lady Bracknell thinks of education. "Education produces no effect what so ever."
Dramatic irony is the perfect humour for the audience to share and join in with. From Algy to Jack, the light of this play comes alive through the some realistic and others not so true sections of dramatic irony. The pungent imagery of when Algy says "They'll call each other sisters, after calling each other a lot of things first," is a situation, which is as unique to "The Importance of Being Earnest" as it could get.
Another situation which includes dramatic irony is when Jack comes back telling everyone that his brother Earnest is dead, and next thing you know, Earnest turns up on the door step alive and well. These kinds of situation are unavoidable in plays such as this one.
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