IN the summer of 1887 there were two happenings which attracted a considerable amount of public attention. The first (and much the more important one) was the celebration of Queen Victoria's Jubilee; and the second was the launching of a new monthly magazine with Oscar Wilde as editor. Oscar himself was inclined to say that the importance of the two happenings was placed in the wrong order.
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