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The writings of Oscar Wilde.

Author: Oscar Wilde
Publisher: New York, Gabriel Wells, 1925[©1923]
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
Writings of Oscar Wilde.
New York, Gabriel Wells, 1925[©1923]
(OCoLC)747306299
Named Person: Oscar Wilde; Oscar Wilde
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Oscar Wilde
OCLC Number: 1192455
Notes: Large paper edition limited to 575 numbered copies; library has copy 239.
Volume 12 contains criticisms and reviews.
Description: 12 volumes 23 cm
Contents: v. 1. Poems, with an introduction, by R. Le Galliene. -v. 2. Vera;or, The nihilists, and The Duchess of Padua, with an introduction to "The Duchess of Padua", by Sir J. Forbes-Robertson. -v. 3. The happy prince and other fairy tales, with an introduction, by W.B. Yeats. -v. 4. The picture of Dorian Gray, with an introduction, by C. Kernahan and a review, by W. Pater. --
v. 5. Intentions, with an introduction, by E. Saltus. -v. 6. Lord Arthur Saviles crime. The portrait of Mr. W.H., and other stories with introductions, by R.B. Glaenzer and C. Smyth. -v. 7. Lady Windemere's fan. A woman of no importance, with an introduction, by A.B. Walkley. -v. 8. The importance of being earnest. An ideal husband, with an introduction, by J. Drinkwater. -v. 9. Salome. La sainte courtisane. A Florentine tragedy, with an introduction, by A. Symons and an introductory note to "A Florentine tragedy", by R. Ross. --
v. 10. The soul of man under socialism, and other essays, with an introduction, by J.C. Powys. -v. 11. De profundis, lectures and essays, with introductions, by M. Monahan and W.F. Morse. -v. 12. Criticisms and reviews, with an introduction, by P. Colum.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: With introductions by Richard Le Gallienne, Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson, W.B. Yeats, Coulson Kernahan, and others.

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