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ArtsNational Lecture: “The Importance of Being Oscar:…”

The Importance of Being Oscar: The Life and Works of Oscar Wilde – Susannah Fullerton (OAM) (AUS)

“Somehow or other I’ll be famous, and if not famous, I’ll be notorious” declared the young Oscar Wilde: he proved to be both! He translated his genius into stories, plays, poems and a novel and gained a place amongst the great Victorian writers. This lecture includes dramatic readings that bring to life Wilde’s extraordinary life story, his fall from fame and the creation of his great works of literature.

Susannah Fullerton is a leading authority on 19th & 20th century writers and is passionate about literature.  She teaches literature courses, lectures at the NSW State Library and NSW Art Gallery and leads literary tours overseas.

March 14
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
0460 649 700
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Michael Hoskins Creative Arts Centre
The Armidale School, 87 Douglas Street
ARMIDALE, NSW 2350 Australia
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