Oscar Wilde - a biography

by Read Listen Learn · Biography · Upper-Intermediate

Oscar Wilde is, after Shakespeare, the most famous dramatist in the English language - but not, perhaps, for the quality of his plays, which (although very clever and funny) are probably less to do with his reputation than the scandal his relationship with a young aristocrat caused. He died poverty-stricken, unable to see his children, and alone. This is his story (1,750 words).

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