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Oscar Wilde twice defended from André Gide's wicked lies and Frank Harris's cruel libels, to which is added a reply to George Bernard Shaw, a refutation of Dr. G.J. Renier's statements, a letter to the author from Lord Alfred Douglas, an interview with Bernard Shaw by Hugh Kingmill Preview this item
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Oscar Wilde twice defended from André Gide's wicked lies and Frank Harris's cruel libels, to which is added a reply to George Bernard Shaw, a refutation of Dr. G.J. Renier's statements, a letter to the author from Lord Alfred Douglas, an interview with Bernard Shaw by Hugh Kingmill

Author: Robert Harborough Sherard; Hugh Kingsmill
Publisher: Chicago, The Argus Book shop Inc., 1934.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Sherard, Robert Harborough, 1861-1943.
Oscar Wilde twice defended from André Gide's wicked lies and Frank Harris's cruel libels.
Chicago, Argus Book shop Inc., 1934
(OCoLC)615058560
Named Person: Oscar Wilde; André Gide; Frank Harris; Bernard Shaw; Gustaaf Johannes Renier; André Gide; Frank Harris; Gustaaf Johannes Renier; Bernard Shaw; Oscar Wilde
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Harborough Sherard; Hugh Kingsmill
OCLC Number: 1515088
Notes: Part two "Oscar Wilde, d́runkard and swindler ̀ ..." published separately in Calvi (Corsica) by the Vindex publishing company in 1933.
Description: 75, [1] pages 22 cm
Responsibility: By Robert Harborough Sherard ...

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