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Lord Goring also tries to test as to what Lady Chiltern will do if she comes to know of Sir Chiltern’s shady past and tries to convince Lady Chiltern to be charitable when it comes to forgiving her husband. In the mean time Mrs. Cheveley tells Lady Chiltern about Sir Robert’s ill gotten wealth and on knowing this Lady Chiltern refuses to forgive Sir Robert for his dishonesty.
In this Act lot of confusion ensues between Sir Chiltern and Lord Goring because Sir Chiltern believes that Mrs. Cheveley sitting in Goring’s drawing room is an evil lady while Goring believing that particular lady to be Lady Chiltern, tries to defend her character before Sir Robert. When Sir Robert leaves, Goring manages to get the letter which is a proof of Sir Robert’s shady past from Cheveley by scaring her of trusting her to the authorities for stealing a piece of jewelry. However, Mrs. Cheveley manages to steal the letter Lady Chiltern wrote to Goring and tells him that she will show that letter to Sir Robert to prove that Goring has a relationship with Lady Chiltern.
In this Act all the confusions and misunderstandings get resolved and Lord Goring convinces Lady Chiltern to forgive her husband Robert and allow him to carry on with his public life. In the mean time Lord Goring also proposes marriage to Mabel Chiltern which she gladly accepts. All the controversies get resolved and all the major characters in the play end up getting what they
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A hero is a person who does something memorable and in the benefit of a person or a society. “True heroes may be ordinary people doing extraordinary things, and then resisting the temptation of personal glory” (Desiree). Some real life examples of modern world’s heroes include a firefighter who rushes into a building on fire and takes people out or a person who saves a child’s life who comes in front of a fast moving car.
Beatrice and Benedict present their disgust for each other from the first scene. Beatrice is seen to ridicule to the governor of Messina, asserting that she constantly beats him in the battle of wits and the last time they were involved in a battle of wits Benedict’s “five wits went halting off, and now is the whole governed one” (Act 1, scene 1, line 50).
Wilde’s plays were largely a critique of the societal norms, which he represented through the actions of his protagonists. Closer analysis of the characters depict that Oscar Wilde has also injected some of his characteristics in the main protagonist. To further elaborate upon this aspect of his characters, the substance of this prose will focus on the protagonists from three of his most major, namely ‘Importance of being Earnest’, ‘An Ideal Husband’ and ‘Lady Windermere’s Fan’.
This novel reflects modernist tendencies which form a milieu of 'New Age'. Thesis The novel is so popular among young adults because it portrays and reflects new social values of modern youth, their problem and culture through the lens of sin and guilt, self-identity and self-destruction.
There are a number of qualities which could be attributed to an ideal friend. To start with, he will always be there for you whenever you need him – in sorrow and happiness alike. Thus the role that this ideal friend plays in our lives is important in entirety.
But, instead of focusing on the individual protagonists (for example, Mama, Beneatha, and Asagai in Hasberry’s work, or Jack, Gwendolen, and Cecily in Wilde’s play), we will focus on overall change of the social hero itself in the plays.
In addition, the person must have leadership and interpersonal skills that are essential in inspiring team spirit within the organization. This paper will discuss the qualities of an ideal business person.