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  • The Birth of Oscar Wilde

    The Birth of Oscar Wilde
    Oscar was born on October 16, 1854, in Dublin, Ireland. He
    was born at 21 Westland Row, Dublin (now home of the Oscar Wilde Centre, Trinity College). And his full name is Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde, the second of three children.
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    Home Schooled

    Oscar Wilde was at home by a German governess and a French nurse until he was nine years old. Which was how he learned French and German.
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    Enrolled at Portora Royal School

    Here Oscar developed a particular interest in Greek and Roman studies, where he won awards as the top Classics student in his final two years.
  • Graduated from Portera

    Graduated from Portera
    Oscar Wile received a Royal School Scholarship to Trinity College, Dublin, to study classics
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    Attended Trinity College

    He attended trinity college for three years, where he demonstrated himself to be an exceptional classicist.
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    Attended Magdalen College, Oxford

    Oscar attended Magdalen College, Oxford for four years where he earned himself a degree with honors. Therefore, he was known for being not only as a Classical scholar, a poseur, and as a poet.
  • Newdigate Prize

    Newdigate Prize
    Oscar won the Newdigate Prize due to writing the famous poem "Ravenna". After this prize, Wilde was granted the name as poet.
  • First Poem Published "Poems"

    First Poem Published "Poems"
    Oscar Wilde released his first poem, called "Poems".
  • Wilde's American Tour

    Wilde's American Tour
    Oscar Wilde agreed to lecture in the United States and Canada. With more than 141 lectures he mainly visited America to share his personal development, works, and legacy.
  • Married Constance Lloyd

    Married Constance Lloyd
    Oscar Wilde married Constance Lloyd, the daughter of Horace Lloyd, a rich Queen’s Counsel.
  • First Son is Born

    First Son is Born
    Oscar Wilde has his first son, which they named Cyril Holland.
  • Second Son is Born

    Second Son is Born
    Oscar Beresford Wilde second child is born, who they named Vyvyan Holland.
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    Reviwer and Editor

    During this time Oscar Wild was a reviewer for the "Pall Mall Gazette" and then became editor of "Woman’s World".
  • Novel Released

    Novel Released
    Oscar Wilde releases his only novel "The Picture of Dorian Gray".
  • "Intentions" is Published

    "Intentions" is Published
    "Intentions" were published essays, were Wilde restated his aesthetic attitude and thoughts toward art by borrowing ideas from the French poets.
  • Lord Alfred Douglas

    Lord Alfred Douglas
    Oscar Wilde meets Lord Alfred Douglas who becomes an impact on Wildes life. He was also named as "Bosie".
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    The Fall of Oscar Wilde

    Oscar Wile was a Homosexual in his private life and developed a relationship with Lord Alfred Douglas. Bosie and Wilde quickly became lovers, and Bosie introduced Wilde to a world of gay prostitutes and nonstop parties.
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    Abundant Evidence

    Bosie's father, the Marquess of Queensberry, was a deeply conservative and extremely angry man who caused everything when he heard the rumors about his son. Bosie's father argued that Wilde had solicited 12 boys to commit sodomy between 1892 and 1894. there was abundant evidence and during trial, chambermaids testified that they had seen young men in Wilde’s bed and a hotel housekeeper stated that there were fecal stains on his bed sheets.
  • Released Plays

    Released Plays
    Oscar Wilde releases his last success which were comedic plays. In one year, who released two which was "Lady Windermere’s Fan" and "A Woman of No Importance".
  • The Arrest of Oscar Wilde

    The Arrest of Oscar Wilde
    During trial the court sentence Oscar Wilde for two years in jail and was convicted of sodomy and gross indecency.
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    Prison Time

    Oscar Wilde spent two years in prison. While imprisoned in Reading Gaol, Wilde wrote one last letter, an impassioned letter to his lover, Lord Alfred Douglas.
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    After Release

    Oscar Wilde moved to France where he became ill and lived in exile.
  • Death of Oscar Wile

    Death of Oscar Wile
    Oscar Wilde died and got buried in Paris, France.
  • De Profundis

    De Profundis
    Wilde records his relationship with Douglas in merciless detail and shares how he betrayed him. It was the story of their secret relationship.