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    • LIFE OF OSCAR WILDE
    • He wasborn in DublinonOctober 16, 1854.
    • THE FAMILY
      Hismother, Lady Jane Wilde, wasborn in Dublin. Shewas a famouspoet.
      Hisfather, Sir Willian Wilde, of Dutch origin, was a prominent doctor, eye and earspecialist.
    • YOUTH
      IThePicture of Dorian Gray forthefirst time at theLippincott´s Magazine.
      • 1865. He entersPorturaRoyal school in Enns-killen
      • 1871. He beganhisstudiesat Trinity Collegein Dublin
      • 1874. He isawardeda scholarshipat college.
      • 1875. He leavestheUniversity of Dublín togototheMagdalenCollege (Oxford)
      • 1876. He won thefirst place in classicalliterature.
      • 1880. He wrotehisfirstplay, “Vera ortheNihilists”.
    • MARRIAGE
      He marriedConstanceLloyd in 1884, thecouplehadtwochildren; Cyril (in thepicture) and Vyvyan. Theylived in TiteStreet in Chelsea.
    • LORD DOUGLAS
      Hisaffairwiththeyoung Lord tookhimtoprison.
    • JAIL
      He isfreedfromprisonin Reading after a twoyears of hardlaboursentenceforhomosexuality, on19 May 1897. Then he moved tolive in France.
    • DEATH
      In 1900 he died at theage of forty-sixfrom a braindiseasecausedbyanearinfection.
      Histomb in a cemetery of Paris isvisitedbylots of lovers.
    • Group:
      Celia Domínguez Herrera.
      Rosa María Domínguez Herrera.
      Juan Luis García Ramírez.
      Rocío Márquez Mora.
      Javier Román Vargas.