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This sleight of tongue enabled him to take subjects that others deemed serious and treat them irreverently, or take matters that others thought trivial and treat them with great solemnity—producing amusement either way. He would make them pictures. The difference, he had learned from John Ruskin at Oxford, was that pictures tell a story. Celebrity is contagious. Wilde planned to absorb the star power of as many American luminaries as he could while touring the States,.