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Unformatted text preview: Sheet1 Page 1 The Importance of Being Ernest and Sure Thing A Comedic Look at the Judgment that is Suffered in Romance The Importance of Being Ernest and Sure Thing are two romantic comedies. The Importance of Being Ernest was written by O Because of the time and setting of The Importance of Being Ernest, the being judgmental is more obvious and expected than The first point I will discuss is the fact that both these stories deal with some form of deceit and the characters are judged for t The premise of Sure Thing is that these two characters get to try again and again to get the conversation on the right track so The stories each use labels or social standing to judge one another. In Sure Thing Bill is eager to point out that labels or stand The character Lady Bracknell in Wilde's story spends the majority of the play sitting in judgment of everyone. Because Algern The last point of judgment that I will talk about is one that has to do with political choices. In each story there is a point in time In Ives play the characters hit on this subject as well. In this exchange they both seem to be judging all parties to be unworthyIn Ives play the characters hit on this subject as well....
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course EDU 101-404 taught by Professor Ide during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Phoenix.
- Spring '11