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Who said it: Morrissey or Oscar Wilde?

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He famously asked us to meet us at the Cemetry Gates, where Keats and Yeats would be on our side. And who did he have? Well, Oscar Wilde of course.

Really, the Mozzfather himself and Wilde - the legendary British playwright, poet and author - are pretty similar. So alike are they, in fact, that you may struggle to separate their words from each other in this rather excellent quiz.

Take a look below and see how you get on.

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