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The Trials of Oscar Wilde

AuthorOscar Wilde

NarratorMartin Jarvis

Duration2h 30m

CategoriesAdult Non-Fiction, Biography and Autobiography, LGBTQ+ Non-Fiction

Key StageKS4

PublisherCSA Word

VersionUnabridged

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The affair between Oscar Wilde and Lord Alfred Douglas, the son of the Marquess of Queensbury, led to a series of three trials in 1895, and Wilde's imprisonment for two years. He died three and a half years later in Paris at the age of 46. This recording recreates these sensational trials from the original transcripts.

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