Which famous writer was convicted of gross indecency?

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James Joyce
Mark Twain
Oscar Wilde
Besides being married with two sons, Wilde had a slew of male lovers. One of them was a long-time partner Alfred Douglas, whose father, Lord Queensberry, called Wilde a homosexual. He took him to court for libel, but lord's lawyers got the charge dismissed, and turn the tables on Wilde. As a result, he was arrested for gross indecency, and sentenced to two years of hard labor.
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