A video talk
Oscar Wilde once stated that the only thing worse than being talked about was NOT being talked about. This illustrated video talk tells the amazing story of his life.
From a childhood in an eminent Protestant Dublin family, then time as a flamboyant student at Oxford, and his arrival on the London scene, Oscar Wild was a larger-than-life figure in his time. He was a playwright, wit, advisor on home decoration, novelist and poet.
“Oscar Wilde: we have only to hear the great name to anticipate that what will be quoted as his will surprise and delight us.”
― Richard Ellmann
Oscar Wilde was one of history’s most versatile of authors. He wrote essays, brilliant letters, plays that have been regularly performed around the world, moving fairy tales, one controversial novel, and some superb poems. Discover how his illegal homosexuality inspired much of his writing, and learn about the early reception of his works.
“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars”, Wilde once stated. He has become one of the great ‘stars’ of the world of literature. Find out about the tragedy of his life and the comedy of his works. I will guide you into the wonderful and witty world of the writer who is now regarded as one of the greatest authors of Irish literature, the fabulous Oscar Wilde.
This Video Talk is a real treat! In it, I reveal intriguing stories about the author to help you understand what prompted this book to be written. I identify the main characters and their roles, analyse the themes behind the story, and describe the influence that the era, lifestyle and circumstances have on the book’s setting. It is illustrated with photographs, paintings, scenes from different film versions and book covers – you’ll have plenty to look at while you listen. Buy it now and receive a link to view your video immediately.
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Thanks for another fascinating talk. There is so much to admire about this writer. I’m going to look for his letter to Bosie right now!
You are delightful. Keep it coming.