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In the Importance of Being Earnest, what is the function of the characters of Miss Prism and Chasuble?
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  1. Have you read the play and discussed it in class? Who are these characters and why did Wilde put them in his play?

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  2. Reed, great job helping her... I mean that really did help her out :-/. You could’ve done a bit better than that.

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