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Taste is the adversity of originality (Oscar Wilde)
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Taste is the adversity of originality

Oscar Wilde

known for his biting wit, one of the best-known personalities of his day (1854−1900) and London's most popular playwright, fascinated by themes of decadence, duplicity and beauty, best remembered for his epigrams, plays and his two masterpieces The Importance of Being Earnest and Picture of Dorian Gray, imprisoned for two years for gross indecency with other men, died penniless in Paris
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