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subject date: 2004-06-30

caption: Oscar WILDE (16 October 1854 - 30 November 1900) Irish writer, aphorist, poet, playwright, journalist and essayist; educated in Dublin and Oxford, he lived worldly and distinguished himself for his extravagant habits and brilliant conversation. Among his conspicuous literary production stand out his comedies of extraordinary success: The fan of Lady Windermere (1892), An ideal husband (1895) and the famous The importance of being Constant (1895). At the height of popularity he was involved in a trial and sentenced to two years in prison for homosexuality. The misfortune felt it deeply, however, he continued to write realizing his richest works of human participation. Full-length photographic portrait, print by Napoleon Sarony album, 1882

category: HIS

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copyright status: Copyrighted Work

country: Irlanda

credit: Fototeca Gilardi

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continent: Europa

image century : XIX

image epoch: vuoto

subject century: XIX

subject epoch: Ottocento

technique: Fotografia

id: 14750

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