When Oscar Wilde stood at the dock at the Old Bailey in 1895, he was the most successful playwright in England. Three sensational trials and a conviction for gross indecency destroyed him. But what was the cause for such a fall from grace? This book examines the relationship between Wilde and Lord Alfred Douglas, revealing how the furious passions would in the end destroy them all.
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