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Oscar Wilde and Lord Alfred Douglas

Great lovers: Heights of passion - Part two, N-Z

Oscar Wilde and his lover Bosie, Lord Alfred Douglas 1893

Lord Alfred ‘Bosie’ Douglas.  Best known as Oscar Wilde’s boyfriend.  Robert Hitchens wrote The Green Carnation about the Wilde pairing.  Douglas also wrote the occasional poem.

Lord Alfred Douglas, aka Bosie, lover of Oscar Wilde. The boyish beauty in this man is remarkable. It's easy to see why they casted Jude Law in the role in the movie Wilde.

Lord Alfred "Bosie" Douglas:  a cousin of the Wyndhams through his mother, he introduced Oscar Wilde to the group

Lord Alfred "Bosie" Douglas: a cousin of the Wyndhams through his mother, he introduced Oscar Wilde to the group

Lord Alfred “Bosie” Douglas and Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde (R) with his lover, Lord Alfred "Bosie" Douglas.

Oscar Wilde and his boyfriend Lord Alfred Douglas (Bosie)

Oscar Wilde & Alfred Douglas taken before trial: playwright and author Wilde was imprisoned for his affair with Lord Douglas

Oscar Wilde in the spring of 1900 (Rome), taken by Lord Alfred Douglas

Oscar Wilde Photograph by Lord Alfred Douglas Steps Of St Peter s Basilica Vatican City Spring 1900

Oscar Wilde & Lord Alfred Douglas - "He is quite like a narcissus - so white and gold he lies like a hyacinth on the sofa and I worship him" -Oscar Wilde, describing Bosie

Lord Alfred "Bosie" Douglas and Oscar Wilde.

Lord Alfred Douglas.

Lord Alfred Douglas.

Oscar Wilde (Oct. 16, 1854 – Nov. 30, 1900) was an Irish writer & poet who became one of London's most popular playwrights in the early 1890s. The Picture of Dorian Gray first appeared as a magazine story in June, 1890. It was censored without Wilde's knowledge. He later revised the story and it became his only novel, published in 1891. He was convicted of "gross indecency" for his affair with Lord Alfred Douglas and imprisoned for two years. The two were reunited briefly after Wilde's…

Oscar Wilde (Oct. 16, 1854 – Nov. 30, 1900) was an Irish writer & poet who became one of London's most popular playwrights in the early 1890s. The Picture of Dorian Gray first appeared as a magazine story in June, 1890. It was censored without Wilde's knowledge. He later revised the story and it became his only novel, published in 1891. He was convicted of "gross indecency" for his affair with Lord Alfred Douglas and imprisoned for two years. The two were reunited briefly after Wilde's…

Oscar Wilde and Alfred "Bosie" Douglas

Oscar Wilde and Alfred "Bosie" Douglas

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