Before James Joyce, there was another Irish writer who took the world by storm: Oscar Wilde (1854–1900), the famously eccentric poet and novelist of the later 19th century. One of the most pre-eminent voices of the Victorian era, Wilde was a London celebrity whose works were read around the world and continue to be appreciated today. Despite being exiled and disgraced for accusations of homosexuality, Wilde left behind a legacy of timeless plays and novels exploring the human condition.
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