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Oscar Wilde

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Oscar Wilde is an Irish writer and poet famous for his only novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray, published in 1890.
The quote is attributed to W.B. Yeats: "Being Irish, he had an abiding sense of tragedy which sustained him through temporary periods of joy..." however no reference to any writing (prose or poetry) is ever included in the reference. It may be a reasonable descriptor of Yeats, by somebody else, alth…
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The main character in The Model Millionaire by Oscar Wilde is Hughie Erskine. Other characters are his girlfriend Laura Merton and his best friend Alan Trevor. Laura's dad, Colonel Merton is also a character in the story.
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Given that he died in 1900, a 1913 edition could not be signed personally by Oscar Wilde.
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I interpret E Tenebris as an apology for sins that Oscar Wilde had committed. The sins could include his homosexuality, but that is not definite. He speaks of standing in front of the throne of God, and he says that he will go to hell for the sins he has committed. Towards the end of the poem when i…
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A cynic is one who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing. Maybe, but Wilde died at only 46. At 56 I'd say a cynic is just a skeptic who's hit middle age.
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wilde died of cerebal meningitis on 30th November 1900.
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Most people do not realise he also wrote childrens books as well as others for instance The Selfish Giant, His most famous adult book was A picture of Dorian Gray
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Yes they each other, and in one unreferenced internet article it states they met at a dinner party in which Yeats was dazzled by Wilde's vocab. Yeats spent a Christmas with Wilde and his family in Tite Street and when Wilde was arrested Yeats went about London trying to convince people to sign a pet…
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Oscar Wilde was an Irish poet during the Victorian era. He spent most of his adult life in England (especially London) until his imprisonment in Reading jail. When he was released he emigrated to France, where he died.
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Oscar Wilde was born on October 16, 1854.
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William Wilde.
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Irish, because the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act of 1956
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It is a story of a statue that is covered in gold and jewels everyone admires him but he just stands there alone. One day a bird goes to nest at his feet and he asks the bird to help him help others that he sees are in need. He gives away all he has, even his sapphire eyes, which leave him blind, un…
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because a swallow represnts innocence , selflessness and freedom as well.
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Wilde was a Irish writer and poet. He was one of London's most popular playwrights in the early 1890s. He is also remembered for the tragedy of his imprisonment and his early death.
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Oscar Wilde said: " Hatred is blind, as well as love." and again regarding hate, he said: "When we don't know who to hate, we hate ourselves."
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Wilde was buried in the Cimetière de Bagneux outside of Paris.
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Wilde was a Irish writer and poet. He was one of London's most popular playwrights in the early 1890s. He is also remembered for the tragedy of his imprisonment and his early death.
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De Profundis was published in 1905 although it was written in 1897 and published in different forms 1908, 1949 and 1962. Then again, most of Wilde's work has been republished many times since original publication.
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Either this wallpaper goes, or I do.
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Wilde died on November 30, 1900.
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He was a Protestant.
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Abby Wilde is 28 years old (born Abigail Dauermann, February 25, 1989).
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Being talked about means being notorious, a subject of gossip. But if one is so notorious that one's behaviour cannot even be mentioned in polite company, that's worse. Realize that in Wilde's day, homosexuality was not something you could discuss. It was completely taboo. Given Wilde's circumstance…
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Lucy and Cambion
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Yes 3 siblings. 1 older brother and 2 younger sisters. Sir William Wilde, Lady Jane Frecesca Wilde and Isola Wilde. But she died at age 8.
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Ten plays
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very comedic and highly vulgar
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his style of writing was very ironic, good use of words , funny
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Oscar Wilde was gay, but he was not careful in hiding it. He lived a very carefree life in that respect. He was messing with marquee's son and got caught.
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Oscar Wilde spent the last years of his life in several towns all over Europe. He settled in the small village of Berneval-sur-Mer near Dieppe, France. Wilde later moved to Naples, Switzerland and Paris, France.
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Merrion Square, Dublin
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the remarkable rocket by Oscar Wilde is a very interesting story and for me it contain many principles of life that must be taken on consideration , and one of them is: don't be selfish because people don't like the selfish person like the rocket who is always speaking about him self. The lesson th…
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critic and magazine editor
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Jack B Yeats..? Not too sureBeardsley (my son has the game 4th-6th fundmentals)
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The Importance of Being Earnest.
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he was incarcerated for two years
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Yes, Oscar Wilde was married to Constance Lloyd.
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· Take place in London· Hughie Erski: have a charming appearance (his crisp brown hair, his clear-cut profile, and his grey eyes), young, poor, fail in every attempt to make money, his father have given him his cavalry sword and his History of The Peninsular War in 15 volumes, his old aunt give …
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For many reasons. First, he wrote novels (The Picture of Dorian Gray) but also Poetry and plays (The Importance of Being Earnest). His work made him one of the most talented romantic author. Second, he was a libertarian and he was regulary sued for his sexual life in Victorian England which em…
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This is the story about a prince who had got every thing in his life. He had not seen any sorrow in his life. He helped his people whatever he could. As it happens with every body, one day the prince also left this world. People were very sad and unhappy. People made his statue in his memory. The …
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She said that she would dance with me if I brought her red roses," cried the young Student; "but in all my garden there is no red rose."From her nest in the holm-oak tree the Nightingale heard him, and she looked out through the leaves, and wondered."No red rose in all my garden!" he cried, and his …
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Oscar Wilde starting writing when he was 7 years old
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1900.
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Dramatic Monologue and imagery
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Oscar Wilde was imprisoned for two years- from 1895 to 1897.
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There are no similarities whatsoever
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Probably to his homosexuality and to his imprisonment for it, because (at least in his time) such things were not usually mentioned openly and directly, but only alluded to. Allusions use indirect language, so they are often used when you don't want to mention something unpleasant or scandalous outr…
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While Oscar Wilde was married, everything you can find that he has said about marriage seems to say that he didn't like it. Here are some quotes from him on it:"The happiness of a married man depends on the people he has not married.""Bigamy is having one husband or wife too many. Monogamy is the sa…
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he was 46.
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Sacrifice is a major moral lesson of the story. The prince, in his selfless service to the people and care for the same does not mind sacrificing all the materials that his body is made up of. Sacrifice comes out of love and care for others and it manifests in the service for people through the real…
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He moved in with his lover Alfred Douglas.
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Not that I am aware of , he preferred to write and voice expresively his views
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To my mind there is no irony in the main part of the book, until near the end, when he realises what is happening to his portrait
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Great Marlborough street magistrates court, 19-21 Great Marlborough street Soho London. John Lennon, Mick Jagger, Johnnie Rotten, Lionel Bart and Keith Richards were also tried here for various offences.
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He was imprisoned first in Pentonville prison, then moved to Wandsworth prison in London.
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He married Constance Lloyd (daugher of Horace Lloyd) on May 29, 1884 in London.
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This is the story about a prince who had got every thing in his life. He had not seen any sorrow in his life. He helped his people whatever he could. As it happens with every body, one day the prince also left this world. People were very sad and unhappy. People made his statue in his memory. The s…
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No they just have the same first name.
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The Sphinx is a poem by Oscar Wilde.
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Reading Gaol (Gaol is pronounced the same as "jail.")
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You fail at literature. Romeo and Juliet was an English play written by William Shakespeare and published in 1597. Oscar Wilde was an Irish writer and humorist who was born in 1854. Needless to say, the only thing they have in common is that they both appear in high school English books.
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All of the works of Oscar Wilde are in the public domain; however new editions and adaptations would have their own copyrights.
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"The Happy Prince," was first published by D. Nutt.
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Virginia Otis helps the ghost (Sir Simon) to forgive his killers and to repent his sinful acts, finally finding redemption. The house is no longer haunted.
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friendship means one soul dwelling in two bodiesone sided friendship is nothing but fooly
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dublin if it is for treasure quest
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Father Knows Worst
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Oscar Wilde was born on October 16, 1854.
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in page ñlkordation you have it
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"Poverty and Weathy", "selflessness", "Love and sacrisfice", "compassion", etc
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1895 until 1897
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Only one, Merlin Holland
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There were many scandals during his time, because of his writing style and also because of his theories concerning Aesthetics and Life. He was first famous for being himself, prior to his writing. He called himself a "Professor of Aesthetics" and invited himself to social parties. Soon he was known…
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Lady Windermere's Fan. Salome. A Woman of No importance. An Ideal Husband. The Importance of Being Earnest
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He was a writer, poet and playwright
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It's an opinion.There are many rivals for the title. WB Yeats, GB Shaw, Bram Stoker, and many others.Who is the "best-known" would depend on who you asked and where they lived.
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Cyril Holland
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She was an actress and singer
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In April 1891.
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Named Isola and born 1857
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Irish
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The only Oscar to win an Oscar was lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II. The Irish writer and poet Oscar Wilde died in 1900, almost 29 years before the first Oscars were ever handed out.
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Jack Worthing was helping Oscar Wilde cheat at solving a Geocache?
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Two children, Vyvyan Holland and Cyril Holland
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