Oscar Wilde Was a Self-Plagiarist, Too

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Oscar Wilde’s first and only office job was as the editor of The Woman’s World, a British fashion magazine. Millions contributor Kaya Genç tells the tale, and even explains how Wilde self-plagiarized, too.

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