Oscar Wilde was born on October 16, 1854 in Dublin. They are fulfilled, therefore, 164 years of the birth of the Irish writer, author of works as well known as'The portrait of Dorian Gray'o'The importance of being called Ernesto'
Throughout his short life, the writer left great works of world literature. Wilde delved into numerous genres such as poetry, stories and he also dared theater plays, as 'A woman without importance'o'An ideal husband', who established him as a worthy theater author.
The author only signed a novel, although it is probably one of his best known works. This is 'The portrait of Dorian Gray', a text that in his time garnered many criticisms, but has arrived in good health to our day and has been object of multiple cinematographic adaptations.
In his last years of life, Wilde devoted himself to wandering around Europe without being able to recover the creativity that had augured him a few years before. Alone and suffering from meningitis, Oscar Wilde dies on November 30, 1900 in Paris, where he was buried. Today, his grave is pilgrimage stage for your admirers.
On the anniversary of his birth, we reviewed 10 of the best quotes of the legendary Oscar Wilde.
"Give women adequate occasions and women can do everything"
"The least frequent in this world is living, most people exist, that's all"
"The society sometimes forgives the criminal, but never forgives the dreamer"
About the experience
"Experience is the name we give to our mistakes"
"Loving yourself is the beginning of an adventure that lasts a lifetime"
About the history
"If you never talk about a thing, it's as if it had not happened"
"Excuse me, I had not recognized him: I've changed a lot"
"Women have been made to be loved, not to be understood"
"There are only two rules to write: have something to say and say"
About the war
"Always forgive your enemy, there is nothing that infuriates him more"