The Homosexuality Trial Of Oscar Wilde

Wilde was tried for homosexuality on April 26, 1895.

Oscar Wilde Trial | Photo Credits: History.com

Oscar Wilde, the world-famous poet, novelist, and playwright was born on 16 October 1854 in Ireland. His amazing work, personality, and eccentric lifestyle rose him to fame in the late nineteenth century. Wilde was a homosexual.

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