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Lady Wilde (1826–1896)

Wilde, Jane Francesca Elgee, Lady [“Speranza”]. An Irish poet and author, mother of Oscar; born in Wexford, 1826; died in Chelsea, England, Feb. 3, 1896. She wrote: ‘Ugo Bassi’ (1857); ‘Poems’ (1864); ‘Drift-Wood from Scandinavia’ (1884); ‘Ancient Legends, etc., of Ireland’ (2 vols. 1886); ‘The Glacier Land.’