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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
Writings of Oscar Wilde.
London, New York, A.R. Keller & Co., 1907
|Named Person:||Oscar Wilde|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Oscar Wilde; J Barbey d'Aurevilly; Henry Zick; Wilde, Lady
|Notes:||"University edition. The University edition is limited to eight hundred numbered copies." This set no. 392, 393.|
|Description:||15 v. 6 front., plates, ports. 21 cm.|
|Contents:||[v. 1] A house of pomegranates; The happy prince, and others.--[v. 2] Lady Windermere's fan; The importance of being earnest.--[v. 3] Lord Arthur Savile's crime; The portrait of Mr. W.H., and other stories.--[v. 4] Poems including Ravenna, The ballad of Reading goal, The sphinx, etc. With an introduction by Richard Le Gallienne.--[v. 5] The picture [of] Dorian Gray.--[v. 6] Intentions.--[v. 7] A woman of no importance; An ideal husband.--[v. 8] Essays, criticisms and reviews.--[v. 9] What never dies, a romance by Barbey d'Aurevilly, tr. into English by Sebastian Melmoth (Oscar Wilde)--[v. 10] Epigrams: phrases and philosophies for the use of the young.--[v. 11] Salome; The Duchess of Padua; Vera.--[v. 12] Poems in prose.--[v. 13] De profundis, from the original, unexpurgated German ed., tr. by Henry Zick.--[v. 14] Essays and stories, by Lady Wilde (Speranza)--[v. 15] His life, with a critical estimate of his writings.|