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Oscar Wilde according to Rupert Everett (2): just a blurb

In Rupert Everett ‘The Happy Prince’, the precise atmosphere of the times and the precise Oscar Wilde’s spiritual mood are precisely and scrupulously recreated.
The dialogue between Love and Death, a quite powerful reading key for the entire Victorian Age, seems a useful silver thread of the Irish novelist’s final season, and Everett managed to effectively represent the clouds and the devils that came to blight Wilde’s existence after the legal troubles, among different kinds of love and different kinds of fragility.

Rupert Everett the Happy Prince

Rupert Everett the Happy Prince

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