Thu, 09/13/2012 - 11:01am
The Irish writer and poet Oscar Wilde is famous for almost as many popular quotations as Mark Twain or Orwell. His late-Victorian world was peppered with all manner of dandyism and wise-crackery, captured perfectly in The Portrait of Dorian Gray. But his life was also colored by his homosexuality, closeted as it was with his wife and children, which eventually led to his imprisonment and death. A fascinating artist, and now his trial will be…
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