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  1. The Duchess Of Padua by Wilde Oscar 1854-1900, 2010-10-14
  2. Intentions: The Decay Of Lying, Pen, Pencil And Poison, The Critic As Artist, The Truth Of Masks by Wilde Oscar 1854-1900, Pollard Percival 1869-1911, 2010-10-14
  3. The ballad of Reading gaol by Oscar Wilde 1854-1900, 1910-12-31
  4. Poems by Oscar Wilde 1854-1900, 1895-12-31
  5. Epigrams & aphorisms by Oscar Wilde 1854-1900, 1905-12-31
  6. The Picture of Dorian Gray / By Oscar Wilde ; with an introduction by Osbert Burdett ; authorized ed. with illustrations by Henry Keen by Oscar (1854-1900) and Keen, Henry (illus.) Wilde, 1929-01-01
  7. Complete works of Oscar Wilde edited by Robert Ross. by Wilde. Oscar. 1854-1900., 1921-01-01
  8. The plays of Oscar Wilde. by Wilde. Oscar. 1854-1900., 1905-01-01
  9. SALOME. A Tragedy in One Act Translated from the French of Oscar Wilde by Lord Alfred Douglas and Illustrated by Aubrey Beardsley with a New Introduction by Holbrook Jackson. by Oscar (1854-1900); Aubrey Beardsley Wilde, 1938-01-01
  10. The best of Oscar Wilde; being a collection of the best poems an by Wilde. Oscar. 1854-1900., 1905-01-01
  11. Wilde the Irishman by Oscar: 1854-1900] McCormack (Jerusha), editor Wilde, 1998
  12. The plays Volume 3 by Oscar, 1854-1900 Wilde, 2009-10-26
  13. The plays Volume 1 by Oscar, 1854-1900 Wilde, 2009-10-26
  14. Complete writings. by Wilde. Oscar. 1854-1900., 1907-01-01

21. CedarNet: The Oscar Wilde Project
One-man show about Wilde promotional, reviews, and contact information.
Organization History Actor and writer Robert Coyle founded The Oscar Wilde Project in 1992, to develop a new one - man show about the writer and wit Oscar Wilde. The Oscar Wilde Project is a not-for-profit organization. It was funded during FYR 96, in part, through a major grant from the Iowa Humanities Board; and other private, corporate and public entities. Current sponsorship has been received from The Playboy Foundation, Hewlett - Packard, University Book and Supply, Cedar Falls and private individuals. Oscar Wilde: An Introduction
1995 marks the centenary of Oscar Wilde's trial and descent from the pinnacle of London society. Born in Dublin in 1854, Oscar Wilde became one of the true masters of the English language. His name is synonymous with witty dialogue and aphorisms. Almost alone among his peers, his work is still in print, still read, and still enjoyed 100 years later. His plays,including The Importance of Being Earnest, are still frequently produced. His novel The Picture of Dorian Gray, about one man's pact with the devil to maintain eternal youth, is still in print and widely read. The One-Man Play
Oscar Wilde: An Evening Alone was developed in 1995 through a series of work - in - progress performances in Cedar Falls and Mason City. The play explores Oscar Wilde the man, and his work, revealing the humanity of both. Mixing dialogue with selected excerpts from the work and wit of Oscar Wilde, the play brings forth the soul of the man. It explores the creativity and characters that epitomize the work and the man Oscar Wilde; placing him in the context of the universality of human experience.

22. Wilde Oscar: Free Encyclopedia Articles At Online Library
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23. [Wilde (Oscar)] Children In Prison, 1898
LotWilde (Oscar) Children in Prison, 1898, Lot Number320D, Starting Bid 175, AuctioneerBloomsbury Auctions, AuctionBibliophile Sale, Date300 AM PT May 16th, 2008

24. Oscar Wilde (Selected Works)
Texts of several poems and books, as well as links.
Oscar Wilde (Selected Works)
A Bit About Victorian England
From Century Readings in English Literature , (which completely ignored Wilde, btw):
The Importance of Being Earnest
The full text of The Importance of Being Earnest in three acts.
The Picture of Dorian Gray The Selfish Giant
The Ballad of Reading Gaol The Burden of Itys
Comparing the English Thames to Rome of old.
Charmides, the Grecian lad coming home with figs and wine from Sicily.
Eleutheria Flower Or Love Flowers of Gold The Fourth Movement ... The Garden of Eros
Full summer in the garden of Eros with the love-child of the Spring.
Humanitad Impressions de Theatre Miscellaneous Poems of Oscar Wilde
Miscelleneous poetry of Oscar Wilde: The True Knowledge, A Lament, Wasted Days, Lotus Leaves, Impressions, Under the Balcony, A Fragment, Le Jardin des Tuileries, and more.
Panthea Ravenna Rosa Mystica The Sphinx ... Wind Flowers
Impressions of morning at the Thames and other somewhat related works of natural beauty.
The Works of Oscar Wilde
Oscar Wilde is one of the most fascinating and interesting writers Ireland has producedand his writings are almost as fascinating.
A Fistful of Wilde
These poems and stories combined into one file for easy use on an iPhone or other portable device.

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26. Wilde, Oscar - Audio Literature Odyssey
Persuasion by Jane Austen Intro Years separated Anne and Captain Wentworth, but their love may have a second chance, if bitterness and reticence do not part them forever.

27. Photographs Of Oscar Wilde And His Circle
Original photographs owned by the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library.
Index of Photographs of Oscar Wilde
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28. Wilde, Oscar Definition Of Wilde, Oscar In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Wilde, Oscar (Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde), 1854–1900, Irish author and wit, b. Dublin. He is most famous for his sophisticated, brilliantly witty plays, which were the, Oscar

29. Wilde Oscar News, Wilde Oscar Videos, And Wilde Oscar Photos
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30. OSCAR WILDE RETURNS - Sound Clip Of Paranormal Voice Recorded With British Mediu
Sound clip and transcript of voice claiming to be Wilde from a seance with medium Leslie Flint.

31. Wilde: The Story Of Oscar Wilde, The First Modern Man
Wilde Wilde started production at the end of August 1996, shooting for nine weeks in and around London, at Grip House Studios, Oxford, Swanage and in Spain. The film reteams

32. BBC News | ENTERTAINMENT | Wilde At Heart
A BBC article on the occasion of the centennial anniversary of Wilde s death.
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The legend endures: Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde
A century after his death, who is the real Oscar Wilde - a witty Irishman abroad, or a political subversive as relevant now as 100 years ago? BBC News Online's Olive Clancy looks for an answer. "To love oneself is the beginning of a life-long romance," he said. Indeed, Oscar Wilde's witty self-praise underpins a long-running, if chequered love affair between the Irish writer and his public. Oscar Wilde's grave in Paris still attracts visitors
Wilde was born in Dublin in 1854 to Sir William Wilde, known as a good - if grubby - surgeon and even more so as a womaniser. His wife, Lady Jane, was a political intellectual and socialite who wrote poetry under the pen-name Speranza. The relationship between Wilde and his mother was close but difficult, and careered between resentment and outright adoration. Wilde was a brilliant student at both Dublin's Trinity College and at Oxford in England and went on to become the toast of London at the close of the 19th Century.

33. The Wild Wilde Web: A Wilde Biography
Also includes portrait and quotations.
A Wilde Biography Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde was born on 16 October 1854 in Dublin. He would later assert that a name which is destined to be in everyone's mouth must not be too long. All the world would come to know him simply as Oscar Wilde. His father, William Robert Wilde, an eminent eye doctor, was appointed Surgeon Occulist to the Queen and was knighted. His mother, Jane Speranza Francesca Wilde, wrote patriotic Irish verse under the pseudonym, Speranza. Sir William Robert Wilde and Lady Jane Speranza Francesca Wilde Oscar Wilde was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, and later at Oxfordwhere he discovered the dangerous and delightful distinction of being different from others . Although he won numerous academic prizes, he eschewed the normal pursuits of academic life; his greatest challenge at University, he would frequently confide, was learning to live up to the blue china he had installed in his rooms. While at Oxford Mr. Wilde fell under the influence of Walter Pater and the doctrine of art for art's sake . Mr. Wilde moved to London in 1879 and set about establishing himself as the leader and model of the aesthetic movement . He wore velvet coats with contrasting braid, knee britches, loose-fitting wide-collared shirts with flowing ties and lavender-colored gloves. He frequently carried a jewel-topped cane and was caricatured in the press flamboyantly attired and bearing an over-sized sunfloweran icon of the movement.

34. Wilde, Oscar - Definition Of Wilde, Oscar By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesaur
Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Oscar Wilde Irish writer and wit (1854-1900) Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde, Wilde, Oscar

35. Oscar Wilde: An Overview
Essays on Wilde s writing techniques, themes, biography, and cultural background.
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36. Wilde, Oscar - Fun Facts And Information
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    And finally, who is the real Ernest? Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest"

      Jack Worthing . Jack created Ernest Worthing as his imaginary brother, and, in London, he claimed to be Ernest Worthing. When Algernon found out about Jack's double-life, he decided to use the name Ernest Worthing in order to meet Cecily. When Jack discovers who he really is, his aunt tell him that he was named after his father, Ernest John Moncrieff.
    Under what condition will Jack consent to allow Cecily and Algernon to marry? Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest"

      If Lady Bracknell will consent to let Jack and Gwendolen marry . He said he would not object if he were allowed to marry Gwendolen. Unfortunately, Lady Bracknell stated that Cecily and Algernon could just wait until Cecily came of age.

37. Oscar Wilde
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Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde (1854-1900) Irish poet and dramatist whose reputation rests on his comic masterpieces Lady Windermere's Fan and The Importance of Being Earnest . Oscar Wilde's other best-known works include his only novel The Picture of Dorian Gray (1891), which deals very similar theme as Robert Louis Stevenson 's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Hans Christian Andersen "When they entered they found, hanging upon the wall, a splendid portrait of their master as they had last seen him, in all the wonder of his exquisite youth and beauty. Lying on the floor was a dead man, in evening dress, with a knife in his heart. He was withered, wrinkled, and loathsome of visage. It was not till they had examined the rings that they recognized who it was." (from The Picture of Dorian Gray Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde was born in Dublin to unconventional parents. His mother, Lady Jane Francesca Wilde (1820-96), was a poet and journalist. Her pen name was Sperenza. According to a story she warded off creditors by reciting Aeschylus. Wilde's father was Sir William Wilde, an Irish antiquarian, gifted writer, and specialist in diseases of the eye and ear, who founded a hospital in Dublin a year before Oscar was born. His work gained for him the honorary appointment of Surgeon Oculist in Ordinary to the Queen. Lady Wilde, who was active in the women's rights movement, was reputed to ignore her husbands amorous adventures.

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  • Born: 16 October 1854 Birthplace: Dublin, Ireland Died: 30 November 1900 Best Known As: The author of The Importance of Being Earnest
Name at birth: Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde Oscar Wilde was an 19th century Irish writer whose works include the play The Importance of Being Earnest and the novel The Picture of Dorian Gray . He is also one of the Victorian era's most famous dandies, a wit whose good-humored disdain for convention became less favored after he was jailed for homosexuality. Wilde grew up in a prosperous family and distinguished himself at Dublin's Trinity College and London's Oxford. He published his first volume of poems in 1881 and found work in England as a critic and lecturer, but it was his socializing (and self-promotion) that made him famous, even before the 1890 publication of The Picture of Dorian Gray . In 1895, at the height of his popularity, his relationship with the young poet Lord Alfred Douglas was declared inappropriately intimate by Douglas's father, the Marquess of Queensberry. Wilde sued for libel, but the tables were turned when it became clear there was enough evidence to charge Wilde with "gross indecency" for his homosexual relationships. He was convicted and spent two years in jail, after which he went into self-imposed exile in France, bankrupt and in ill health. His other works include the comedies

40. Oscar Wilde Society
Literary society; with details of memberships, events, and publications.
Welcome to the website for The Oscar Wilde Society!
"I have always had grave suspicions that the basis of all literary cliques is a morbid love of meat teas. That makes them sadly uncivilised." - Oscar Wilde

Oscar said that in an interview for The Sketch . However, at the Oscar Wilde Society we believe that we have never been regarded as a 'clique' and at none of our events, which are invariably the most civilised of occasions, has a meat tea ever been served. Indeed, many of our members are glad to say that they have never seen a meat tea. Founded in 1990, The Oscar Wilde Society is a literary society devoted to the congenial appreciation of Oscar Wilde. It is a non-profit making organisation which aims to promote knowledge, appreciation and study of Wilde's life, personality, and works. It organises lectures, readings, and discussions about Wilde and his works, and visits to places associated with him. The Society's Journal of Oscar Wilde Studies, "The Wildean", is published twice a year. The illustrated Newsletter Journal "Intentions" is published six times a year. Death in Genoa
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