The Importance of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde

The Importance of Being Earnest

By Oscar Wilde

  • Release Date: 2010-10-04
  • Genre: Fiction
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Description

" The Importance of Being Earnest" is celebrated not only for the lighthearted ingenuity of its plot, but for its inspired dialogue, rich with scintillating epigrams still savored by all who enjoy artful conversation. From the play's effervescent beginnings in Algernon Moncrieff's London flat to its hilarious denouement in the drawing room of Jack Worthing's country manor in Hertfordshire, this comic masterpiece keeps audiences breathlessly anticipating a new bon mot or a fresh twist of plot moment to moment. A selection of the Common Core State Standards Initiative.

Reviews

  • What a great plot twist

    5
    By Irbin2RAD
    Amazing plot twist!!! I love how it ends.
  • Title says it all

    5
    By Jah Marvellous
    After this you will understand the importance of being earnest. Great Novel
  • Farce at it's best

    5
    By Pauleyjax
    Wilde always has been the master of silly. Quite enjoyable.
  • Interesting but not too inspiring

    3
    By JY$$
    Read the book because I've heard many people talk about it. It's well written and told a good story within 100 pages. I do like how Jack and Algernon are characterized. They are different in values but surprisingly similar in attitudes towards love. Brave and honest mostly. Both characters are charming. It revealed some of the ironic side of that time.
  • Amazing!!!

    5
    By Mmmmmeeeeeeeeeee111222333
    This book is filled with twists! Overall I recommend it !
  • Hilarious Classic!

    5
    By B.A.N.anas
    I loved this play! Every moment of reading was a delightful taste of fresh air.
  • On the importance of being timeless

    5
    By Gabarbosa
    In a world that has traded intelligence for speed, Wilde is a safe harbour for those seeking the dry wits of humour in its true form: subliminar, indirect, sinuous. Every sentence is a pearl of sarcasm that mocks of human behavior at its core. Thats what makes it unquestionably a timeless read.
  • Masterpiece

    5
    By Gkogstkknfebbsarjkodqegb
    This book was amazing, but I can't help compare it to The Picture of Dorian Grey as they both have similar themes and when I compare it to Dorian Grey, it doesn't hold up. I think this book is great for all readers. I am eleven and I enjoyed it very much. Though, I did need a dictionary nearby.
  • Classic

    5
    By Elfdude
    Great to revisit this play. Oscar Wilde wrote at a time when life was so different from today - when the 1% had a manservant and governesses and manners ruled behavior. And he lampoons that time. For me it was thoroughly enjoyable.
  • Entertaining Play

    5
    By Goodienbf
    Written in modern English, each of the main characters was humorously depicted by the author.