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Hungry Yumboes #AtoZChallenge

Y is for Yumboes.

Faeries have been described as the Good People or the Good Neighbours in many cultures. In African Folklore, the Yumboes are known as the… 450 more words


3 Days quotes challenge: Day 1

I got a challenge invitation from my beautiful blogger friend  Paardje of her lovely blog Of Snail Mail Books and Vanities. I decided to follow and have fun with her challenge, she was the first kind heart blogger who following my blog. 111 more words


The Sacking of Tite Street

The trial of Oscar Wilde and Alfred Taylor opened on 26 April 1895, in a gloomy courtroom at the Old Bailey, the Central Criminal Court, which was housed at the time in a dispiriting building adjacent to Newgate Gaol. 406 more words

Oscar Wilde

Review: 'The Picture of Dorian Gray'

The Picture of Dorian Gray has hardly been short of adaptations. Oscar Wilde’s only novel, first published in 1890 with significant deletions on account of being considered “indecent”, has since been transformed into films, musicals, plays, audio books, and provided the inspiration for various other forms of fiction, including graphic novels and erotica. 587 more words


leahbroad reblogged this on Staging Modernity and commented:

Review of a stage adaptation of Oscar Wilde's 'The Picture of Dorian Gray'.

Quotes 4/28/16

Ahhh…Hi all!! Have a great Thursday!!

Ambition is the last refuge of the failure.

Oscar Wilde

A Quote A Day

Poetry Month Celebration

Because it’s always lovely to get a good poem recommendation.

A little while ago, I discovered (via The Golden Echo) that April is National Poetry Month and that there’s a tag (via… 868 more words


Just For Laughs

My Wilde Irish Prose

Sometimes nights are arduous,
long, drawn-out and endless.
This is one of those dreaded nights,
and I’m wide awake, though senseless. 180 more words

Original Poetry