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Pl answer ! i nd ! the importance of being earnest presents characters who live for one thing and one thing only—to do whatever will bring them pleasure. what message does the play get across regarding the pursuit of pleasure? do you think the play paints a positive picture of this pursuit of pleasure or a negative picture? give specific examples from the play to explain your response. do you agree or disagree with this message regarding the pursuit of pleasure? why or why not? (25 points) respond in at least 2 paragraphs. you must answer all parts of the question and give examples from the play for support to earn full credit.

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