The Importance of Being Earnest Character Descriptions

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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, though 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.


This character routinely denigrates his own dull existence.


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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