Oscar Wilde


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Noun1.Oscar Wilde - Irish writer and wit (1854-1900)Oscar Wilde - Irish writer and wit (1854-1900)  
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He knew Pater and Oscar Wilde, and he knows Mallarme and all those fellows.
Oscar Wilde, one of the lords of language of the nineteenth century of the Christian Era.
029 2030 THEATRE Oscar Wilde Season Live: A Woman of No Importance Olivier award-winner Eve Best and Bafta-nominated actress Anne Reid star in this new classically staged production of Oscar Wilde's comedy.
C [USA], October 26 (ANI): 'Star Wars' Mark Hamill will be honoured at the Annual Oscar Wilde Awards.
FRANCE is honouring Oscar Wilde by staging its first major exhibition of the Irish writer's work.
Reconsidering the "gay" or male homosexual novel in Germany and England in the late 19th century, Wilper discusses religion and law, Greek love, science and sex, and wild about Oscar Wilde.
Arriving at the annual USIreland Alliance Oscar Wilde Awards held at his production company Bad Robot, he said: "I think it is never a bad time to talk about being inclusive and the irony is its just good business.
Oscar Wilde has created an amusing tale that does not end very happily but ends beautifully with our easy-going Lord Henry still chirping.
We're anticipating that the Oscar Wilde concept will be wildly successful at 45W27 because the atmosphere that ownership is aiming to create will resonate with people in the area.
VI and VII of The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde, ed.
El proximo 30 de noviembre, se celebraran los primeros 160 anos del nacimiento de Oscar Wilde (1854-1900).
e writer, whose novel inspired the classic 'lm starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh, topped a poll which included that famous wit Oscar Wilde, Jane Austen and William Shakespeare.