About the Author
Known for his barbed wit, Oscar Wilde was one of the most successful
late-Victorian playwrights and a great celebrity.
The Importance of Being Earnest and The Picture of
Dorian Gray are among his best known works.
He is perhaps most famous for his trial,
in which he eloquently defended homosexual
love and was sentenced to two years of hard labor.
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