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This question is about the book "The Importance of Being Earnest".

Gwendolen’s father, Lord Bracknell, never appears in the play, yet Lady Bracknell mentions him often. What picture of his life and marriage do we get from the things she and Gwendolen say about him?


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    Have you read the play?

    You should make a list that includes every reference to Lord Bracknell. Once you have completed the list, you'll be able to draw the conclusions asked for in this question.

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