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1. Why does Lane think it isn’t polite to listen to Algernon’s piano-playing?

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2. What does Algernon tell Jack he has always suspected him of being?

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3. What leads Algernon to think Jack is leading a double life?

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4. What does Jack say it is a very ungentlemanly thing to read?

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5. At first, Jack tells Algernon that Cecily is his what?

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6. What does Algernon mean when he says that Lady Bracknell rings the doorbell in a “Wagnerian manner”?

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7. Why does Lane claim that there were “no cucumbers at the market”?

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8. What does Gwendolen say they live in?

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9. What does Gwendolen say the name Ernest produces?

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10. What is Lady Bracknell’s reaction when Jack admits to her that he smokes?

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11. Where did old Mr. Thomas Cardew find Jack as a baby?

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12. What is Lady Bracknell’s objection to Jack as a prospective suitor to Gwendolen?

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13. What does Algernon begin playing offstage at the conclusion of Jack’s interview with Lady Bracknell?

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14. What is Gwendolen’s response to the story of Jack’s origins?

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15. Who does Algernon think ought to set an example for the upper classes?

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16. What does Jack call Lady Bracknell behind her back?

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17. Why hasn’t Jack told Gwendolen that he has an excessively pretty young ward?

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18. What is the name of Algernon’s imaginary friend?

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19. Where is Jack’s house in the country?

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20. Why is Cecily nervous about meeting Jack’s brother Ernest?

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21. Where has Cecily recorded her engagement to Jack’s brother Ernest?

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22. Why has Cecily broken off her engagement to Algernon?

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23. Why does Gwendolen never travel without her diary?

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24. Why does Gwendolen tell Cecily that cake and sugar are no longer fashionable?

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25. Why does Cecily put sugar in Gwendolen’s tea?