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Oscar wilde in dublin
Oscar wilde in dublin
Oscar wilde in dublin
Oscar wilde in dublin
Oscar wilde in dublin
Oscar wilde in dublin
Oscar wilde in dublin
Oscar wilde in dublin
Oscar wilde in dublin
Oscar wilde in dublin
Oscar wilde in dublin
Oscar wilde in dublin
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Oscar wilde in dublin

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  • 1. Oscar Wilde in Dublin
  • 2. Oscar Wilde Statue on Merrion square, Dublin
  • 3. Oscar Wilde was born in this house
  • 4. O. Wilde lived in this house onMerrion street from 1855 to 1878
  • 5. Merrion street, Dublin
  • 6. Oscar Wilde house,Upper Merrion St Dublin 2 Ireland
  • 7. “The Happy Prince” in Oscar Wildehouse, Upper Merrion St Dublin 2 Ireland
  • 8. Dublin Writers’ Museum: “The Ballad of Reading Gaol” by O. Wilde, seventh edition, 1899: “While Wilde roamed theContinent in disgrace and declining circumstances, his prison- inspired poem was widely read”
  • 9. Dublin Writers’ Museum: a playbill of St. James’s Theatre with “Lady Windermere’s Fan” by O. Wilde (London, March, 1892)
  • 10. Dublin Writers’ Museum: bust of O. Wilde
  • 11. “The Audience: Irish Writers – blue” by Mia Funk (Dublin Writers’ Museum, Dublin)

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