Oscar Wilde, the author of The Importance of Being Earnest, was most definitely a peculiar character. This is present in his writings, particularly in the aforementioned work. The Importance of Being Earnest uses unusual situations and striking puns to produce a humor that would be enjoyed by nearly all peoples.
The Importance of Being Earnest was nearly a Victorian example of an episode of “Seinfeld.” The characters contained within often find themselves in the most
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the best method. His writings were very popular among the same people to which his repartee was aimed. With Wilde, sarcasm mixed with dialogue in the right proportion proved to be the right medicine for the ailments of common society. By making the aristocracy the brunt of his jokes and writing about their “problems,” Oscar Wilde was able to prove that things do not always need to fit with tradition in order to be accepted.