The Importance of Being Earnest Character Descriptions

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Character Descriptions

John Worthing - This character has an imaginary brother in the city.

Lady Augusta Bracknell - This character initially opposes Jack's marriage with her daughter, Gwendolen.

Cecily Cardew - This character keeps a diary that is "meant for publication."

Canon Frederick Chasuble - This man is absurdly pedantic, although he is absurdly inarticulate.

Miss Laetitia Prism - This character once left another major character in a cloak room of Victoria Station.

Gwendolen Fairfax - This woman impetuously travels to Jack's residence in Woolton.

Lane - This character routinely denigrates his own dull existence.

Merriman - This character is Jack's servant at his manor house in Hertfordshire.

Algernon Moncrieff - This character invents an invalid friend as an excuse to leave boring dinner parties.

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