The Importance of Being Earnest



Reading The Importance Of Being Earnest Author Oscar Wilde Undercostruction.eu This Is One Of The Great Recordings Of A Great Play John Gielgud Stars As Earnest And Edith Evans Gives Her Indomitable Performance As Lady Bracknell In This Classic Radio Recording From 1951 Performance Styles May Have Changed, But This Is An Unmatched Production Bearing All The Hallmarks Of Outstanding Audio Drama Featuring Some Of The Finest Actors Of The 20th Century Also Included Are Two Collections Of Poetry Readings By John Gielgud And Edith Evans.The Importance of Being Earnest

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  • Audio CD
  • 2 pages
  • The Importance of Being Earnest
  • Oscar Wilde
  • English
  • 06 December 2017
  • 9626343427

10 thoughts on “The Importance of Being Earnest

  1. says:

    We live in an age of idealsWilde is a genius This play is genius What a penetrating critique of high Victorian society this becomes but rather than being a dull argument or essay, it takes on the body of a hilarious play This is just absurd, outrageous and straight to the point This picture says it all to me Jack undergoes a great deal of social mobility prior to the events of the play however, Bracknell, who represents the rigidness of British aristocracy, is very alarmed that such aWe live in an age of idealsWilde is a genius This play is genius What a penetrating critique of high Victorian society this becomes but rather than being a dull argument or essay, it takes on the body of a hilarious play This is just absurd, outrageous and straight to the point This picture says it all to me Jack undergoes a great deal of social mobility prior to the events of the play however, Bracknell, who represents the rigidness of British aristocracy, is very alarmed that such a man could marry her daughter He is not worthy enough When Jack explains the details of the train line he was left at, she ironically exclaims The line is immaterial And that such a marriage would remind her of the worst excesses of the French revolution The dialogue is utterly genius The best thing about it is that the characters are completely unaware of their own absurd hypocrisy The train line doesn t matter, but his bloodline does Bracknell loves...

  2. says:

    When I was quite young I guess, if you were of a mind to, you might say it was a generation ago I was listening to a radio program and for some reason they decided to do the handbag scene from The Importance of Being Earnest I d heard of the play before, obviously, but only the name I had thought it would be some terribly dreary thing, having no idea just how funny a m...

  3. says:

    If you are not too long, I will wait for you all my life Ah, Mr Wilde can always be counted on to make me laugh, to poke fun at the ridiculousness of human behaviour, to tell a story that is both incredibly clever and undeniably silly The Importance of Being Earnest is a play about mistaken identity, lies, the English class system, and the never ending vanity and selfishness of high society members And it s hilarious It s one of few pre 20th century comedies to have maintained it s laugh fa If you are not too long, I will wait for you all my life Ah, Mr Wilde can always be counted on to make me laugh, to poke fun at the ridiculousness of human behaviour, to tell a story that is both incredibly clever and undeniably silly The Importance of Being Earnest is a play about mistaken identity, lies, the English class system, and the never ending vanity and selfishness of high society members And it s hilarious It s one of few pre 20th ...

  4. says:

    If you try to take this literally, it is ludicrous, so don t It is a delicately crafted confection of spun sugar sweet but sharp, beautiful, brittle, and engineered to amuse An iridescent filament of fantasy , as critic William Archer described the opening performance on Valentine s Day 1895 In matters of grave importance, style, not sincerity, is the vital thing. GwendolenThis play is a social comedy that celebrates surfaces the flexible importance of etiquette as long as it s underpinn If you try to take this literally, it is ludicrous, so don t It is a delicately crafted confection of spun sugar sweet but sharp, beautiful, brittle, and engineered to amuse An iridescent filament of fantasy , as critic William Archer described the opening performance on Valentine s Day 1895 In matters of grave importance, style, not sincerity, is the vital thing. GwendolenThis play is a social comedy that celebrates surfaces the flexible importance of etiquette as long as it s underpinned by money , and the essential veneer of politeness especially when insulting someone It is chock full of often contrary epigrams, even from Algy s dryly droll manservant, Lane The deadly importance of the triviality is everything , as...

  5. says:

    I read The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde as part of classics bingo to satisfy my satire square Educated at Oxford in the late 19th century, Wilde was a product of strict upper class British social s He married and fathered two children and then came out as homosexual Wilde s plays and novellas poked fun at the society which had renounced him and later put him on trial Earnest received good marks in London prior to Wilde s social downfall and has made a comeback in classic re I read The Importance of Be...

  6. says:

    Hilarious and entertaining read, the wit and sarcasm in this book was outta this world

  7. says:

    My read of An Ideal Husband last week convinced me that I needed to read this 1895 play again, my favorite by Oscar Wilde One of the wittiest plays ever Algernon is visited in his town home by his friend Ernest, who intends to propose to Algernon s cousin Gwendolen Algernon manages to dig out his friend s secret his name is actually Jack.Jack has an 18 year old ward, Cecily, who lives in his country home So he uses the name Ernest when he is in town so he can live it up a little, and then t My read of An Ideal Husband last week convinced me that I needed to read this 1895 play again, my favorite by Oscar Wilde One of the wittiest plays ever Algernon is visited in his town home by his friend Ernest, who intends to propose to Algernon s cousin Gwendolen Algernon manages to dig out his friend s secret his name is actually Jack.Jack has an 18 year old ward, Cecily, who lives in his country home So he uses the name Ernest when he is in town so he can live it...

  8. says:

    Algernon Algy Moncrieff, is being visited, by his enigmatic friend, Ernest Worthing, that is Ernest in town and Jack John , in the country It s a long story, but we have time, Mr.Worthing, likes to go to town Get as far as possible, away from his stifling, depressing, responsibilities at home, change his name to Ernest and becomes his younger brother who doesn t exist Do the wrong things, everybody has secrets, still lies in fact, flow like maple syrup on pancakes, from his lips That Algernon Algy Moncrieff, is being visited, by his enigmatic friend, Ernest Worthing, that is Ernest in town and Jack John , in the country It s a long story, but we have time, Mr.Worthing, likes to go to town Get as far as possible, away from his stifling, depressing, responsibilities at home, change his name to Ernest and becomes his younger brother who doesn t exist Do the wrong things, everybody has secrets, still lies in fact, flow like maple syrup on pancakes, from his lips That s the charm of this play, finding out the truth, strange but the facts, will eventually make it all right The constantly broke Algernon, also likes telling a few untruths, he has an imaginary friend, at his age Bunbury, chiefl...

  9. says:

    To lose one parent may be regarded as misfortune to lose both looks like carelessness I wish, with all my heart, someone would ask me Hey have you read anything by Oscar Wilde Just so I could emphatically say YES Yes I have I did feel like I have accomplished some unknown personal reading goal with thi...

  10. says:

    Some times it makes me wonder that this play was written ages ago This book seems to be a contemporary classic It seems there are lots of movies based on the theme of this play And onething I noticed that it has all the spices of an Indian comedy movie I...

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