Wilde sets the tone for comical disruption at the beginning of the first scene. The many layers of significance cooperate to engage and to incite thought. He ridicules every one of the Victorians however in enjoyable, exciting words. His satire has numerous layers of importance such as social feedback of the upper Victorian class ethics, references to the gay group and its way of life, utilization of areas and points of interest to his high society gathering of people, and short, clever idioms. His plays on words that give humor as well as fortify his social evaluate. To begin with, Wilde presents his characters and setting. Both Jack and Algernon are experiencing their lives through veils; purposely, their two-fold lives parallel Wilde’s living as a wedded man with private gay life. The two characters are additionally familiar to the audiences from the upper and middle class. Moreover, Wilde utilizes the symbol through food and eating for the arousing or potentially for desire. Victorians did not talk about such subjects in civil society. Uttering principles about the love of marriage, obligation, and uprightness, Victorian guys regularly led additional conjugal issues with the favors of a dishonest society. Wilde communicates their curbed sexual desire with the clever scenes of his characters eating ravenously and talking about sustenance. He additionally alludes to sex and imperativeness with the code word of wellbeing. Earnestness or truthfulness is the considerable adversary of ethical quality in “The Importance of Being Earnest.” Additionally, sincerity can take many structures, including seriousness, lack of concern, conceit, vainglory, and feeling of obligation, all of which Wilde used to describe his idea of a Victorian character. At the point when characters in the play utilize the word genuine, they tend to signify insignificantly and the other way around. For Wilde, the word sincere contained two unique and related thoughts such as the idea of truth and false and the idea of misleading moral quality. The moralism of Victorian culture prompts Algernon and Jack to imagine invented change inner selves to have the capacity to get away from the limitations of legitimacy and conventionality. Additionally, an individual from the society that considers better than average or disgusting doesn’t reflect what respectability truly is. The play provides a sense of oddities to the audience like me the difficulty of really being either sincere or ethical while asserting to be so.