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    <h1 class="text-center box">Oscar Wilde</h1> 
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   class="text-center box">- “A man who does not think for himself does not think at all.”</h3> 
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    <h3 style="text-decoration:underline" class=" box">A short biography of Oscar Wilde:</h3>
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      <li>1854 - Born in Dublin</li>
      <li>(1864 - 1871) - Attends Portora Royal School, Enniskillen</li>
      <li>(1871 - 1874) - Attends Trinity College, Dublin</li>
      <li>(1874-1879) - Attends Magdalen College, Oxford</li>
      <li>1878 - Wins Newdigate Prize for Ravenna (poem)</li>
      <li>1881 - Publishes his first collection of poetry – Poems</li>
      <li>1882 - Lectures in the United States and Canada. Writes his first play - Vera, or the Nihilists (was not a success)</li>
      <li>1883 - Lectures in Britain and Ireland. Writes his second unsuccessful play, The Duchess of Padua</li>
      <li>1884 - Marries Constance Lloyd </li>
      <li>1885 - His son, Cyril, is born</li>
      <li>1886 - His son, Vyvyan, is born</li>
      <li>(1887-1889) - Edits Woman's World magazine</li>
      <li>1888 - Publishes The Happy Prince and Other Tales</li>
      <li>(1889 - 1890) - Publishes several essays</li>
      <li>1891 - Publishes two collections of short stories - Lord Arthur Savile's Crime and other Stories, and A House of Pomegranates. Publishes The Picture of Dorian Gray, his first and only novel. Begins his friendship with Lord Alfred Douglas – Bosie.</li>
      <li>1892 - Writes two plays: Lady Windermere's Fan (great success) and Salome.</li>
      <li>1893 - Writes A Woman of No Importance</li>
      <li>1894 - Writes The Importance of Being Earnest</li>
      <li>1895 - Writes An ldeal Husband. At the height of his theatrical success, he sues Bosie's father for libel, which leads to his own arrest for homosexual offenses. He is found guilty for the crime of sodomy and sentenced to two years of hard labor.</li>
      <li>1897 - While in prison, he writes De Profundis.</li>
      <li>1898 - Writes his best known poem, The Ballad of Reading Gaol. His wife, Constance, dies.</li>
      <li>1900 - Dies of cerebral meningitis in Paris.</li>
      <h4 class="text-center">Read more about Oscar Wilde at:<a href="" target="_blank">Wikipedia</a></h4>
      <p>Written and coded by <a href="" target="_blank">Lyuba Marinova</a></p>



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