A look at his early Oxford career and his fascination with the ritual and mysticism of Catholicism and ancient culture (1/5).
He returns from the US to England, marriage and children, and finds his opinions on interior decor and design much sought after.
Wilde expresses his concerns about the equality of women and the nature of journalism (3/5).
Wilde writes a long recriminatory letter to Lord Alfred Douglas, expressing his sense of unworthiness as an artist (4/5).
Exiled to France, Wilde's letters express concern for the treatment of children in England's prisons (5/5).