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"The Importance of Being Earnest" script adaptation

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Title: "The Importance of Being Earnest" script adaptation
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Subject: English
Date: April 29, 2002
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Why dunt ah I show ya the music I been workin on for ya? Bracknell: No more Jamaican Reggae I hope Algernon and Bracknell exit Jack: Gwendolen? Gwendolen: Yay, somebody is listening finally! So like I was say- Jack: Woooooaaaaaah girl, back the truck up...
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I'm not that interested in knowing all that "he said she said" stuff Gwendolen: Nobody ever wants to hear about what happens. Jack: I hate to tell you? but you don't have any friends. You don't even talk to people. I don't even know where the stories come from...
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