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LGBT People Of History Part Ten Oscar Wilde

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Amazon.com: An Ideal Husband (Annotated with Criticism and Oscar Wilde Biography) eBook: Oscar Wilde, Golgotha Press: Books

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Oscar Wilde.During a time of moral conservatism, Wilde managed to survive his youth decked out in flamboyant clothing exuding eccentricity, because of his stunning wit – the true cause of his celebrity. While studying at Oxford University, Oscar would walk through the streets with a lobster on a leash. His room was decorated with bright blue china, sunflowers, and peacock feathers.

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GLADYS COOPER ~ Born: Dec 18, 1888 in London, England. Died: Nov 17, 1971 (aged 82) of pneumonia. She came to the London stage in 1906 in "The Belle of Mayfair". Work began in 1911 in a production of Oscar Wilde's comedy "The Importance of Being Ernest". She recvd an Oscar Nom for "Now, Voyager" (1942), the first of three. Her last major film was "My Fair Lady" (1964). She wrote an autobiography (1931) followed by two biographies (1953 & 1979). Was honored with a DBE (Dame Commander) in…

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The 15 Wittiest Things Oscar Wilde Ever Said

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