Fuite de la Lune, La by WILDE, Oscar

While at Trinity Collage, Wilde obtained a reputation for clever repartee and keen wit. He affected a superior air in his manners which irritated his fellow undergraduates, so that he once became the object of their practical joking. While at Oxford Wilde made his first essay in public as a writer by contributing several poems to Dublin magazines. – Temple Scott from the Introduction to Poems by Oscar Wilde (1906)
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