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Born Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde 16 October 1854 Dublin, Ireland Died 30 November 1900 (aged 46) Paris, France Occupation Author, poet, playwrightLanguageEnglish, FrenchNationalityIrishEducation Portora Royal School Alma mater Trinity College, Dublin Magdalen College, Oxford Period Victorian era Genre Drama, short story, criticism, dialogue, journalismLiterary movement Aestheticism Notable worksThe Importance of Being Earnest The Picture of Dorian Gray SpouseConstance Lloyd (1884–98) Children Cyril Holland, Vyvyan Holland Relatives Sir William Wilde, Jane, Lady Wilde, Willie Wilde Oscar Wilde’s biography
Oscar Wilde is a famous English writer of the 19th century, Oscar Wilde was born in Dublin, Ireland, in 1854. His mother wrote poetry, and she taught him to love literature. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin and Magdalen College, Oxford. Soon after leaving university his first volume of poetry, "Patience" was published. Oscar Wilde is a famous English writer
Oscar Wilde married Constance Lloyd in 1884 and the couple had two sons. When the boys were children Wilde wrote fairy stories for them that were later published as "The Happy Prince and Other Tales" (1888). Oscar Wilde married Constance Lloyd
Wilde was publicly accused Wilde was publicly accused by the Marquis of Queensberry. Wilde sued for libel but he lost his case and was then himself prosecuted and imprisoned.
Fairy stories His books are read and his plays are staged in many countries and in many languages.
Wilde was publicly accused This was followed two years later by the novel, "The Picture of Dorian Gray" (1890) and a book on the role of the artist, "The Soul of Man under Socialism" (1891). However, it was a playwright that Wilde had his greatest success. Comedies such as "Lady Windermere's Fan" (1892), "A Woman of No Importance" (1893), "An Ideal Husband" (1895) and "The Importance of Being Earnest" (1895) made him one of Britain's most famous writers. By 1895 Wilde had left his wife. The novels and plays
After being released from Reading Prison in 1897 Wilde moved to France. The following year he wrote "The Ballad of Reading Gaol" a poem inspired by his prison experience. Wilde's time in prison badly damaged his health and he died in 1900. "The Ballad of Reading Gaol"
The tomb of Oscar Wilde in Père Lachaise Cemetery
Main article: Oscar Wilde bibliography Ravenna (1878) Poems (1881) The Happy Prince and Other Stories (1888, fairy stories) Lord Arthur Savile's Crime and Other Stories (1891, stories) House of Pomegranates (1891, fairy stories) Intentions (1891, essays and dialogues on aesthetics) The Picture of Dorian Gray (first published in Lippincott's Monthly Magazine July 1890, in book form in 1891; novel) The Soul of Man under Socialism (1891, political essay) Lady Windermere's Fan (1892, play) A Woman of No Importance (1893, play) An Ideal Husband (performed 1895, published 1898; play) The Importance of Being Earnest (performed 1895, published 1898; play) De Profundis (written 1897, published variously 1905, 1908, 1949, 1962; epistle) The Ballad of Reading Gaol (1898, poem) Selected works
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