Oscar Wilde The Queensberry Scandal
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- Oscar Wilde and Hubris
- How does Oscar Wilde respond to Queensberry's denigratory attack? At this stage Wilde is witness box. A father-son-tragedy is also dragged into the scandal.
- Oscar Wilde and Honma Hisao, the First Translator of De Profundis
- quis of Queensberry was enraged when Oscar Wilde's infatuation with his third son, Lord ..
- Exiled to the Colonies: 'Oscar Wilde' in Australia, 1895–1897
- Jul 28, 2004 collapse of the case against Queensbury, then a single line 'LATER. Oscar Wilde has been arrested,' followed by three further update items.
- OSCAR WILDE'S PERFORMANCE ON THE WITNESS STAND
- and writer Oscar Wilde was convicted for homo- Wilde prosecuted Queensberry for libel, and lost .
Suggested Web Resources
- Oscar Wilde - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- 6.1 Wilde vs Queensberry; 6.
- Wilde: Biography of the noted wit imprisoned for Homosexuality
- In 1883, Irish-born Oscar Wilde returned to London bursting with exuberance from a As his literary career flourished, the risk of a huge scandal grew ever larger.
- Wilde, Oscar
- Lord Alfred Douglas and Oscar Wilde.
- Neurotic Poets - Oscar Wilde
- Oscar Wilde, 1954-1900: learn more about this poet's life.
- Oscar Wilde Biography - life, childhood, children, name, wife, school
- The English author Oscar Wilde was part of the "art for art's sake" movement in He considered himself a criminal who challenged society by creating scandal.
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