Oscar Wilde and the Trial of the Century (Prerecorded Video)
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) was one of the most famous literary figures of Victorian England. He has some claim to being the greatest British playwright in the 19th century, and plays such as The Importance of Being Earnest and Lady Windermere’s Fan continue to be seen by audiences today. Wilde is also famous for his novel The Picture of Dorian Gray, essays, and short stories. However, he was ruined by a trial brought on by his relationship with Lord Alfred Douglas that outraged the very public that Wilde had enthralled with his plays. Join Wil McCorquodale in exploring the career of an influential and enigmatic writer and the trial that destroyed him.
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*This video will expire on January 31, 2024
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