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Irish novelist, playwright and poet Oscar Wilde was a Francophile, wrote in French, spent time here and died here in 1900. He’s buried in Père Lachaise cemetery, now a place of pilgrimage. But France had never honoured him with an exhibition. Now Paris’s Petit Palais has given him the cultural recognition he deserves. RFI reports from "Insolence Incarnate".
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