Mornin’ Oscar! Not sure how you managed to create such enduring works of literary genius from such a seemingly uncomfortable position 😂✍️📖
While not as famous as the Molly Malone statue, the Oscar Wilde statue is worth a visit if you’re in Dublin, ESPECIALLY if you like Wilde’s work or appreciate literature in general. If you’re a real rebel you’ll climb up on the rock and sit next to Oscar for your pic 🤠📸
The statue of one of Ireland’s greatest literary minds is in a corner of Oscar’s beloved Merrion Square, near the boyhood home where he penned masterpieces such as The Picture of Dorian Gray. In a city and country that has produced an EXTRAORDINARY number of literary icons, Oscar Wilde is an elite figure.
Anyway, leave a comment with your favorite Oscar Wilde quote (there are some great ones), or your favorite book. I’m off to County Cork and will be back in a couple days and will look forward to reading them. I’ll give a quick shoutout to whoever posts my favorite quote on the next picture 👍🏻👍🏻😁😁
I get a lot of questions in the comments and in the Direct regarding the purchase of figures from the project "AUTHORS". I have already begun to work in this direction. I hope that soon my figures will be on your shelves. Follow the news!
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