Objects & Places from Oscar Wilde

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Oxford University - This school is the writer's alma mater. He graduates with honors and awards, returning in later years as well.

London - This city is where the writer's career begins. He makes this place his home until his time in prison is over.

America - This place is where the writer takes his lecture tour with some amount of success.

Paris - This city is where the writer often goes and where he eventually dies.

Greece - This place is where the writer goes to learn classical art and literature first hand.

Rome - This city is where Wilde goes to touch Catholicism.

The Importance of Being Earnest - This is Wilde's greatest play.

The Ballad of Reading Gaol - This is Wilde's most successful published work during his life, and his last.

The Picture of Dorian Gray - This is Wilde's only novel, but...

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