Richard Le Gallienne, Liverpool’s Wild(e) Poet
5 August–31 October 2016
Exhibition at the Hornby Library
Liverpool Central Library
William Brown Street
Liverpool L3 8EW
In 1883 a young Liverpool man heard a lecture by Oscar Wilde. Determined to be a poet, Richard Le Gallienne went on to fame in 1890s London, and later lived in America and in France. This exhibition to mark the 150th anniversary of Le Gallienne’s birth draws on materials from the Liverpool Record Office of Liverpool Central Library and on other public and private collections.
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