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  • Wilde, Oscar, -- 1854-1900 -- Influence.
  • Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. Salomé.
  • Salome -- (Biblical figure) -- In literature.
  • Deviant behavior in literature.
  • Modernism (Aesthetics).
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