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Oscar Wilde’s tomb protected from kisses

History / Ancient History : The History Blog

Oscar Wilde died of cerebral meningitis in Paris on November 30, 1900. On the occasion of the 110th anniversary of his death, his tomb in Paris’ famous Père Lachaise Cemetery has been restored and a new glass barrier erected around ...

Explore Dublin, London And Paris With The Spirit of Oscar Wilde

LGBT / Gay : Queerty

Looking for a vacation infused queer history? Andrew Lear, a professor from Harvard, Columbia, and NYU launched Oscar Wilde Tours with the mission to connect gay travelers to their own history. The tour through Oscar Wilde’s Dublin,...

Petit Palais opens first major exhibition in France devoted to the famous writer Oscar Wilde

Arts : Artdaily

The Petit Palais is presenting the first major exhibition in France devoted to the famous writer Oscar Wilde (Dublin 1854 ? Paris 1900). Although Wilde died in the French capital, the centenary of his death was not celebrated here; ...

Oscar Wilde tomb in Paris to be protected from kissing fans

Arts : Culture Monster

The Oscar Wilde tomb at the Père Lachaise cemetery in Paris has traditionally been covered in lip marks left by adoring fans of the famous playwright and wit. Starting this week, visitors will no longer be allowed to kiss the tomb t...

Paris is the Place: An Exhibit of Artifacts Celebrates Oscar Wilde’s Life and Work

Writing / Poetry : Harriet: The Blog

Co-curated by Oscar Wilde’s grandson, Merlin Holland, this new exhibition at Paris’s Petit Palais opens on September 28. Via the Guardian: Paris will hold its first major exhibition on the life and work of Oscar Wilde next month, co...

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