Oscar Wilde | Irish Novelist & Dramatist | Biography, Books, Writings & Quotes | Learning The Easy way

Oscar Wilde:

Oscar Wild  was a famous Irish novelist and dramatist. He was born on 16 October, 1854 in Dublin, Ireland. His father name was William Wilde. His father was a famous doctor of Irish. Oscar's mother name was Jane Francesca Agnes. His mother was an Irish poet. Oscar Wild  was married Constance Lloyd on 29 may, 1884 in London. His wife was also a poet. They had two children. 

Oscar Wilde was a brilliant and bookish child. He went to Portora Royal School in Enniskillen. In this school, he had much attention for Greek and Roman Studies. In his last two years, he won the school's prize for the top classes student. In 1871, Oscar Wilde got scholarship to attend Trinity College in Dublin. 

At Trinity College, he established himself as an outstanding student. In his first year, he became first in his class. In his second year, he won a scholarship by competitive examination. And in his final year, he won Berkeley gold medal as a best Greek student.

He was died in 30 November, 1900.

Notable Literature Works:

1. A woman of No Importance

2. An Ideal Husband

3. The Selfish Giant

4. Lady Windermere's Fan

5. The picture of Dorian Gray 

6. The Importance of Being Earnest 

Famous Quote:

"A dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the down before the rest of the world."


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