A literary genius and paragon of wit, paradox and meaning. His most famous work may be "The Picture of Dorian Gray", a book about a man who ceases to age, but his portrait continues to grow older, driving him to insanity and suicide. His last words, perhaps the funniest dying words in history, were "Either that wallpaper goes, or I do." He went.
I wish I could be smart like Oscar Wilde
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