Introduction: The Importance of Being Ernest, by Oscar Wilde
"The Importance of Being Ernest", is a light comedy revealing the sentimentality of the fair as well as the hypocritical intricacies of the English aristocracy in an amusing yet thought provoking manner. The story is about two men who have double identities either to amuse themselves or to keep up their good name in one place while enjoying the life with another name in a different place. Mr. Jack has double identity and he is:
"Well, my name is Ernest in town and Jack in the country"