Le Petit Palais Fetes Oscar Wilde

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Paris – Le Petit Palais presents the first major exhibition dedicated to the French famous writer Oscar Wilde and pays tribute to this French and ardent Francophile perfect.  Le Petit Palais presents the first major exhibition dedicated to the French famous writer Oscar Wilde and pays tribute to French and ardent Francophile perfect. Indeed, Oscar Wilde made many trips to Paris between 1883 and 1890, and died in poverty and misery after his conviction for homosexuality in London in 1895. He was a friend of André Gide, Peter Louÿs, attended Mallarme, Verlaine and Victor Hugo. He wrote directly in French his play Salome that he intended the title role in Sarah Bernhardt.

We bring you this items with the compliments of Le Petit Palais

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