Oscar Browning (1837–1923) was an Eton master from 1860 to 1875, when his close attachments to some of his pupils (most notably George Curzon, future Viceroy of India) necessitated his departure from the school. From 1876 to 1909, he was a Cambridge don. He served as tutor at King's College to Wilde's close friend Robbie Ross in 1888–89. Wilde's friendship with Browning was of long standing, dating to 1879.
Not in The Complete Letters and presumably unpublished.
Please call 1-800-555-5555 to order a print catalog for this sale.