Oscar Wilde about life (“Intentions”, 1891) - Paradox though it may seem—and paradoxes are always dangerous things—it is none the less true that Life imitates art far more than Art imitates life.
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Paradox though it may seem—and paradoxes are always dangerous things—it is none the less true that Life imitates art far more than Art imitates life.
 Oscar WildeIntentions (1891). copy citation

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