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  1. Vyvyan Holland en 1891. Vyvyan Oscar Beresford Wilde, OBE (3 de noviembre de 1886 – 10 de octubre de 1967), nacido en Londres, fue un autor y traductor británico. Fue el segundo hijo de Oscar Wilde y Constance Lloyd, después de su hermano Cyril .

  2. Vyvyan Beresford Holland, OBE (born Vyvyan Oscar Beresford Wilde; 3 November 1886 – 10 October 1967) was an English author and translator. He was the second-born son of Irish playwright Oscar Wilde and Constance Lloyd, and had a brother, Cyril.

  3. Vyvyan Oscar Beresford Holland (born Nov. 3, 1886, London—died Oct. 10, 1967, London) writer and translator, the second son of the poet and playwright Oscar Wilde. When Wilde was imprisoned in 1895 after a celebrated trial for homosexual offenses, his two sons were hurried abroad; their name was changed to Holland and they lived in secret.

  4. Biografía de Christopher Merlin Vyvyan Holland. Es licenciado en Literatura Clásica por el Magdalen College de Oxfor, y trabaja como programador informático. Es nieto de Oscar Wilde. Toda su obra escrita, tiene carácter biográfico sobre su abuelo.

  5. De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia encyclopedia. Vyvyan Oscar Beresford Wilde, OBE (3 de noviembre de 1886 – 10 de octubre de 1967), nacido en Londres, fue un autor y traductor británico. Fue el segundo hijo de Oscar Wilde y Constance Lloyd, después de su hermano Cyril.

  6. 5 de ene. de 2024 · Vyvyan Holland, in his introduction to the 1966 edition of Oscar Wilde’s works, provides an insightful overview of his father’s lineage, life, and literary career. He recounts the family’s Dutch origin, Oscar’s upbringing and education, his rise in London society, and his contributions to literature, from poetry and essays to ...

  7. Chapter One argues that Vyvyan Holland forged a textual relationship with his father Oscar Wilde while collaborating with early Wilde scholars in the editing of Wilde’s letters and extended his father’s practice of importing sexually dissident content from abroad while translating works by the French modernist Julien (or Julian) Green.