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Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde, 16/10 1854 – 30/11 1900, was an Irish playwright, novelist, essayist, and poet. After writing in different forms throughout the 1880's, he became one of London's most popular playwrights in the early 1890's. He is remembered for his epigrams, his novel The Picture of Dorian Gray, his plays, as well as the circumstances of his imprisonment and early death.

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The opening night of Lady Windermere's Fan: There are many obvious improbabilities in this fable, but the writing of the play is so good and the situations are so cleverly handled as to redeem all defects Essayist, Writers And Poets, Windermere, Opening Night, Oscar Wilde, February, Fan, Writing, Hand Fan

22 February 1892: Mr Oscar Wilde's new play

The opening night of Lady Windermere's Fan: There are many obvious improbabilities in this fable, but the writing of the play is so good and the situations are so cleverly handled as to redeem all defects

simperingcreatures: “The Marquis of Queensberry’s calling card with the handwritten offending inscription “For Oscar Wilde, posing Somdomite [sic]”. The card was marked as exhibit ‘A’ in Wilde’s libel. Oscar Wilde Trial, Die Wilde 13, The Happy Prince, John Douglas, Creative Class, Essayist, Writers And Poets, Handwritten Letters, Calling Cards

The Marquess of Queensberry's calling card with the handwritten offending inscription "For Oscar Wilde posing Somdomite [sic]". The card was marked as exhibit 'A' in Wilde's libel action.

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The Cubitt treadmill: a prison Essayist, Playwright, Writers And Poets, Oscar Wilde, Prison, Tins, Treadmill, English, Workout

No. 374: Prison Treadmills

The Cubitt treadmill: a prison

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The Ballad of Reading Gaol (1907). I finished reading Neil McKenna's excellent biography recently, The Secret Life of Oscar Wilde, a book which makes an ideal companion to Richard Ellmann's 1987 li...

The 15 Wittiest Things Oscar Wilde Ever Said (temptation) Words Quotes, Wise Words, Me Quotes, Funny Quotes, 2pac Quotes, Witty Quotes, Friend Quotes, People Quotes, Music Quotes

The 15 Wittiest Things Oscar Wilde Ever Said

Or wrote. Maybe. (He said a lot of witty things).

The former London home of Oscar Wilde, wit, playwright and icon. In this tall, red brick house in Tite Street, Chelsea, he wrote all his most famous plays, became a fin-de-siècle celebrity and faced his spectacular downfall. He moved here during 1884 with his new wife, Constance, when the street was distinctly bohemian, full of painters and writers. Today it is among the most expensive addresses in the country. New Wife, Writers And Poets, Famous Words, Greater London, Playwright, London Calling, Oscar Wilde, Oscars, So Little Time

The former London home of Oscar Wilde, wit, playwright and icon. In this tall, red brick house in Tite Street, Chelsea, he wrote all his most famous plays, became a fin-de-siècle celebrity and faced his spectacular downfall. He moved here during 1884 with his new wife, Constance, when the street was distinctly bohemian, full of painters and writers. Today it is among the most expensive addresses in the country.

Oscar Wilde Irish writer and poet immortalized in the statue "A Conversation With Oscar Wilde" by Maggi Hambling is located on Adelaide Street, near Trafalgar Square, London. Maggi Hambling, Adelaide Street, Shakespeare Sonnets, Literary Travel, Writers And Poets, Trafalgar Square, Outdoor Sculpture, Dorian Gray, Blue China

"A Conversation with Oscar Wilde" – a civic monument to Wilde by Maggi Hambling, on Adelaide Street, near Trafalgar Square, London

The tomb of Oscar Wilde in Division 89 of the Père Lachaise cemetery in Paris, France, as it appeared on May This photo shows the glass barrier that has been erected around the tomb to discourage "vandalism" from adoring fans. Oscar Wilde, Monuments, Père Lachaise Cemetery, The Happy Prince, Flanders Field, Famous Graves, Creative Visualization, Most Visited, Bury

Tomb of Oscar Wilde, Père Lachaise cemetery, Paris, France | "Tread lightly, she is near, Under the snow, Speak gently, she can hear, the daisies grow"