This person is a famous and accomplished Irish playwright, poet, novelist, critic, and lecturer.
This is the writer's mother, who is instrumental in the rise of his fame.
A friend of the writer's from Oxford who writes influential books about aestheticism, this individual influences the writer until he takes his own way with ideas.
This person is an Oxford friend to the focus of this book who writes about the need for discipline.
Sir William Wilde
This person is the writer's father, central to the writer's staying Protestant while he considers conversion to Catholicism.
An early romantic interest for the writer, this person married Bram Stoker.
James McNeill Whistler
This individual is an artist friend of the writer's who takes more than he gives, if anything, and becomes an enemy in his later life.
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