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OSCAR WILDE EXHIBITION AT THE BRITISH LIBRARY
There is an OSCAR WILDE exhibition at the British Library (96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB) from 4th Nov 00.
It contains a recording of Wilde's voice. Wilde made the recording on a seaside pier phonograph. Put your money into a "literary jukebox" and you will hear Wilde's plummy voice booming out.
On 30th Nov 00 it'll be 100 years years since Oscar Wilde died, aged just 46.
The exhibition, which runs for three months, includes Love letters from Wilde to his wife Constance and a wedding ring; a lock of Wilde's hair; poems rejected by the Oxford Union, and Typescript, with autograph revisions, of "A Woman Of No Importance".
The exhibition also includes two tiles from the cell Wilde occupied at Reading Jail, where he was sentenced to two years' hard labour for homosexual acts.