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Oscar Wilde
   uttered the last words   
"Either That Wallpaper Goes, or I Do."
Oscar Wilde
   wrote   
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Oscar Wilde
   wrote   
An Ideal Husband
Oscar Wilde
   wrote   
The Importance of Being Earnest
Oscar Wilde
   wrote   
Lady Windermere's Fan
Oscar Wilde
   wrote   
Salome
Oscar Wilde
   wrote   
A Woman of No Importance
Oscar Wilde
   said   
"He Has No Enemies, but is Intensely Disliked by His Friends."
Oscar Wilde
   said   
"Some Cause Happiness Wherever They Go; Others, Whenever They Go."
Oscar Wilde
   was born on   
October 16, 1854
Irish playwright, novelist and poet
Oscar Wilde
   said   
"Work is the Curse of the Drinking Classes"
Oscar Wilde
   stands/stood in   
Merrion Square Park
Quare in the Square, Fag on the Crag
Oscar Wilde
   has the middle name   
Fingal O'Flahertie Wills
Playwright
Oscar Wilde
   wrote   
The Happy Prince and Other Tales
1888
Oscar Wilde
   is known as a   
Playwright
Playwright/poet/wit. Died 1900
Oscar Wilde
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Ideal Husband, An (1999)
Based on the play
Oscar Wilde
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Importance of Being Earnest (2002)
Based on the play
Oscar Wilde
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
A Good Woman (2004)
Based on the play 'Lady Windermere's Fan'
Oscar Wilde
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Picture of Dorian Gray (2006)
Based on the 1891 book
Oscar Wilde
   was born in   
Dublin, Ireland
1854-1900. Author, playwright and wit
Oscar Wilde
   lifespan was   
1854-1900
An Irish playwright, novelist, poet, and author of short stories.
1854
      
Oscar Wilde Was Born
1900
      
Oscar Wilde Died
Oscar Wilde
   said   
"All Charming People, I Fancy, Are Spoiled. It is the Secret of Their Attraction"
Irish poet and dramatist
Oscar Wilde
   said   
"Bigamy is Having One Wife Too Many. Monogamy is the Same"
Irish poet and dramatist
Oscar Wilde
   said   
"Ignorance is Like a Delicate Fruit, Touch It, and the Bloom is Gone"
Irish poet and dramatist
Oscar Wilde
   said   
"The Books That the World Calls Immoral Are the Books That Show the World Its Own Shame"
Irish poet and dramatist
Oscar Wilde
   said   
"The Only Way a Woman Can Ever Reform Her Husband is by Boring Him So Completely That He Loses All Possible Interest in Life"
Irish poet and dramatist
Oscar Wilde
   said   
"A Typical Englishman, Always Dull and Usually Violent."
Oscar Wilde
   said   
"I Can Believe Anything, Provided That It is Quite Incredible."
Irish Poet and Playwright
Oscar Wilde
   is known as a   
Poet
The Oscar Wilde Sketch
   was performed by   
Chapman, Cleese, Jones and Palin
Prince of Wales: "You really must forgive me, Wilde, I've got to get back up the Palace." Oscar Wilde: "Your Majesty is like a big jam doughnut with cream on the top." Prince of Wales: (indignantly) "I beg your pardon?" Oscar Wilde: "Um ... It was one of Whistler's." James Whistler: "I never said that." Oscar Wilde: "You did, James, you did." (the Prince of Wales stares expectantly at Whistler) James Whistler: "... Well, Your Highness, what I meant was that, like a doughnut, um, your arrival gives us pleasure and your departure only makes us hungry for more. (laughter) Your Highness, you are also like a stream of bat's piss!" Prince of Wales: (offended) "What??? James Whistler: "It was one of Wilde's." Oscar Wilde: (flustered) "It sodding was not! It was Shaw! George Bernard Shaw: "I ... I merely meant, Your Majesty, that you shine out like a shaft of gold when all around is dark."
Oscar Wilde
   contains the line   
Your Majesty is Like a Big Jam Doughnut
Oscar Wilde: Your Majesty is like a big jam doughnut with cream on the top." Prince of Wales: (indignantly) "I beg your pardon?" ... James Whistler: "... Well, Your Highness, what I meant was that, like a doughnut, um, your arrival gives us pleasure and your departure only makes us hungry for more.
Oscar Wilde
   said   
"Biography Lends to Death a New Terror"
Irish poet and dramatist
Oscar Wilde
   said   
"Consistency is the Last Refuge of the Unimaginative"
Irish poet and dramatist
Oscar Wilde
   said   
"The Old-fashioned Respect for the Young is Fast Dying Out"
Irish poet and dramatist
Peter Ackroyd
   won the award for the book   
The Last Testament of Oscar Wilde
1984
Oscar Wilde
   created the character   
Dorian Gray
1890 The Picture of Dorian Gray
Oscar Wilde
   created the character   
Algernon Moncrieff
The Importance of Being Ernest; drama, first performed 1895
Oscar Wilde
   is buried in   
Père Lachaise, Paris, France
Playwright, 1854-1900
Oscar Wilde
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Importance of Being Earnest (2002)
Based on the play
Oscar Wilde
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Picture of Dorian Gray (2006)
Based on the 1891 book






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