Essays on Oscar Wilde

The Importance Of Being Earnest By Oscar Wilde

Born in Dublin, Ireland in 1854, Oscar Wilde was exposed to the worlds of medicine and culture by his successful parents while studying the classics and reading The Grapes during college he joined artistic and literary movements. He became known for his writing especially his poems, plays, and Soul novel during the late 19th century....
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The Picture Of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde - A Ride Back To The Victorian Era

Oscar Wilde’s literature enables readers to encounter the best and most exceedingly awful aspects of Victorian society which gives us a chance to experience various thoughts and issues which are outside our comfort zone. Oscar Wilde was an artist, writer and a poet who was detained for ‘gross indecency’ making him very unique in contrast...
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