The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

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What experiences would you include about a certain character if you were writing a Memoir (past memorys) for them?   So basically, what sort of significant events would you write about which...

What experiences would you include about a certain character if you were writing a Memoir (past memorys) for them?

 

So basically, what sort of significant events would you write about which might have happened in their past; which suit the characters journey through the play of The Importance Of Being Earnest.

the characters include: Jack, Algernon, Gwendolen, Cecily, Lady Bracknell (and Lord Bracknell), Miss Prism, Rev Chasuable, Merriman, Lane

thanks for any ideas! :)

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Miss Prism is, ironically, the one character in the Importance of Being Earnest who gives us a window into a very colorful and somewhat controversial past.

Her first instance in a memoir would be the loss of Jack:

We know that she was the person who "lost" Jack inside a handbag in Victoria Station *the Brighton line* because she had just written a three volume novel. But- she made an insane mistake-

She took...

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