Which are the most accurate conclusions that can be drawn about jack, given this dialogue and his reactions to lady bracknell? check all that apply.
he takes pleasure in using sarcasm.
he is thorough and organized.
he is unpleasant and condescending.
he is offended by lady bracknell.
he takes great pride in his ward.
He takes pleasure in using sarcasm.
He is unpleasant and condescending.
In the excerpt from Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest," Jack is furious because Lady Bracknell does not approve or his engagement to Gwendolen. Besides, when she learns Algernon is engaged to Cecily, she wonders whether she has any connections with the railways stations in London. Therefore, Jack answers coldly she does not, and mentions Cecily's personal information, such as her parents's names, addresses, birth certificates, baptisms and vaccinations. He claims to have found them in the Court Guides, although Lady Bracknell doubts their legitimacy.
She thinks that family background is important.
The answers on E2020 are
B. He is thorough and organized.
D. He is offended by Lady Bracknell.
E. He takes great pride in his ward.
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The most accurate conclusions that can be drawn about Jack, given the dialogue and his reactions to Lady Bracknell are He is thorough and organized, He is offended by Lady Bracknell, and He takes great pride in his ward. Lady Bracknell is surprised to know that both her daughter and Algernon are engaged to be married to Jack and Cecily. She is making inquiries about Cecily's family. As Jack is very proud of Cecily, his ward, he is offended by Lady Bracknell and shows how he carefully kept the Court Guides that show Cecily's origins.
What are the conclusions?
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