The Oscar Wilde's Grandson will present "The Unexpected Oscar Wilde" on May 14th
Merlin Holland is a writer who has lived in France for some years. He is the son of Vyvyan Holland, Oscar Wilde’s younger son. He lectures and broadcasts regularly on all aspects of Wilde’s life and works.
For thirty years, he has been in the unique position — through having to administer the few remaining copyrights in Wilde’s writings (mostly letters and unpublished fragmentary manuscripts) of being in close touch with the latest academic research but, at the same time, presenting a lively and very personal view of his grandfather to a wider general public.
"The Unexpected Oscar Wilde"
Princess Grace Irish Library
May 14th 2013
Reservations are necessary due to the limited number of seats. Entry €10 per person payable at the door.