Laughter, – an antidote to fear, death and the human condition. — Gavin Ashenden

In a seedy hotel in Paris, Oscar Wilde lay on his death bed. His life had been a search for beauty and elegance. He had been a master of wit and adventure; until his life crashed. On his death bed, two things happened. He was received into the Roman Catholic Church and he made one of his funniest remarks. Known for his…

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