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Essay heading: Wilde as Parodist: A Second Look at The Importance of Being Earnest : A Review
 
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You see, Cecily seems to have fallen in love with Ernest Worthing before actually meeting him. She has diary entries of their engagement, their break-up (as “it would hardly have been a really serious engagement if it hadn’t been broken off at least once”), and their re-engagement, and she even has his love letters, although she had written them herself...
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The standard notion of a romance involves the man proving himself to the woman after a breach in their love. In this play, Gwendolen and Cecily find out that their Ernests are really Jack and Algernon, and the restoration of their “love” occurs when the guys decide to christen themselves as Ernest. It appears that a major critical part of the play revolves around marriage being just a social tool...
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