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Oscar Wilde committed suicide saying 'one of us must go'

Oscar Wilde committed suicide saying 'one of us must go'

Born in Dublin on October 16, 1854, the Irish playwright, novelist, short story writer and poet Oscar Wilde committed suicide 120 years ago on November 30, 1900, writing "One of us must go" on a wallpaper in a hotel room.

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Born in Dublin on October 16, 1854, the Irish playwright, novelist, short story writer and poet Oscar Wilde committed suicide 120 years ago on November 30, 1900, writing "One of us must go" on a wallpaper in a hotel room. Oscar Wilde was famous for both his sarcastic wit and ingenious observational social commentary. Wilde, one of the most successful playwrights of the late Victorian era, was a gifted classics connoisseur. Wilde, who won a scholarship for Oxford Magdalen College from Trinity College, Dublin, soon transitioned from academia to the literary world, becoming one of the leading figures of the Aesthetic movement in London. Oscar Wilde's "Portrait of Dorian Gray" continues to be one of his most famous works today.

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