1. In The Importance of Being Earnest, Lady Bracknell says about Algernon in Act 3, “He has…

1. In The Importance of Being Earnest, Lady Bracknell says about Algernon in Act 3, “He has…

1. In The Importance of Being Earnest,Lady Bracknell says about Algernon in Act 3, “He has nothing, but he looks everything. What more can one desire?” (Wilde, 2013, p. 2332). She seems to be saying that looks (or appearances) are more important than reality; in other words, it’s a desirable quality for a person to be able to fool someone else into thinking he/she has more than it appears. How does Wilde use this concept in the play to satirize the “proper” and “moral” emphasis the Victorians are known for?
2. Be sure to quote, cite, and reference from the text(s) using appropriate APA format. Should be 750 words

1. In The Importance of Being Earnest, Lady Bracknell says about Algernon in Act 3, “He has…

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