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The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde: Stories, Plays, Poems & Essays

The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde: Stories, Plays, Poems & Essays

Oscar Wilde

ISBN: 9780060963934

Here is a collection of this witty and irreverent author's works--all in their most authoritative texts. Includes The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Importance of Being Earnest, and other stories and essays.

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Introduction (by V. Holland)

Part One. Stories Chapter 1. "The Picture of Dorian Gray
Chapter 2. "Lord Arthur Savile's Crime
Chapter 3. "The Canterville Ghost
Chapter 4. "The Sphinx Without a Secret
Chapter 5. "The Model Millionaire
Chapter 6. "A House of Pomegranates
Chapter 7. "The Young King
Chapter 8. "The Birthday of the Infant
Chapter 9. "The Fisherman and His Soul
Chapter 10. "The Star-Child
Chapter 11. "The Happy Prince
Chapter 12. "The Nightingale and the Rose
Chapter 13. "The Selfish Giant
Chapter 14. "The Devoted Friend
Chapter 15. "The Remarkable Rocket

Part Two. Plays Chapter 18. "The Importance of Being Earnest
Chapter 19. "Lady Windermere's Fan
Chapter 20. "A Woman of No Importance
Chapter 21. "An Ideal Husband
Chapter 22. "Salome
Chapter 23. "The Duchess of Padua
Chapter 24. "Vera, or the Nihilists
Chapter 25. "A Florentine Tragedy
Chapter 26. "La Sainte Courtisane

Part Three. Poems Helas
Sonnet to Liberty
Ave Imperatrix
To Milton
Louis Napolean
Sonnet on the Massacre of the Christians in Bulgaria
Quantum Mutata
Libertatis Sacra Fames
Theoretikos
Santa Decca
The Garden of Eros
Requiescat
Sonnet on Approaching Italy
San Miniato
By The Arno
Ave Maria Gratia Plena
Italia
Sonnet Written in Holy Week at Genoa
Rome Unvisited
Urbs Sacra Aeterna
Sonnet on Hearing the Dies Irae Sung in the Sistine Chapel
Easter Day
E Tenebris
Wasted Days
Madonna Mia
The New Helen
Impression de Voyage
The Burden of Itys
Impression du Matin
Magdalen Walks
Athanasia
Serenade
Endymion
La Bella Donna della mia Mente
Chanson
Charmides
Theocritus
Impressions (Les Silhouettes, La Fuite de la Lune)
In the Gold Room
A Vision
Ballade de Marguerite
Amor Intellectualis
The Dole of the King's Daughter
The Grave of Shelley
The Grave of Keats
Fabien dei Franchi
Phedre
Portia
Queen Henrietta Maria
Camma
Impression: Le Reveillon
Panthea
At Verona
Apolgia
Quia Multum Amavi
Silentium Amoris
Her Voice
My Voice
Taedium Vitae
The Harlot's House
From Spring Days to Winter
Humanitad
Flower of Love
With a Copy of "A House of Pomegrantes"
Under the Balcony
Fantaisies Decoratives
The New Remorse
Canzonet
Symphony in Yellow
In the Forest
To My Wife
To L.L.
Vita Nuova
Pan
The True Knowledge
Lotus Leaves
On the Sale by Auction of Keats' Love Letters
Chorus of Cloud Maidens
A Song of Lamentation
A Fragment from the Agamemnon of Aescholys
Impressions (Le Jardin, La Mer)
The Artist's Dream or San Artystry
Desespoir
Ravenna
The Sphinx
Le Jardin des Tuileries
The Ballad of Reading Gaol
Tristitiae

Part Four. Poems in Prose Chapter 27. "The Artist
Chapter 28. "The Doer of Good
Chapter 29. "The Disciple
Chapter 30. "The Master
Chapter 31. "The House of Judgment
Chapter 32. "The Teacher of Wisdom

Part Five. Essays and Letters Chapter 33. "De Profundis
Chapter 34. "Two Letters to the Daily Chronicle
Chapter 35. "Intentions
Chapter 36. "The Decay of Lying
Chapter 37. "Pen, Pencil and Poison
Chapter 38. "The Critic as Artist
Chapter 39. "The Truth of Masks
Chapter 40. "The Soul of Man Under Socialism
Chapter 41. "The Rise of Historical Criticism
Chapter 42. "The Portrait of Mr. W.H.
Chapter 43. "A Few Maxims for the Instruction of the Over-Educated
Chapter 44. "Phrases and Philosophies for the Use of the Young

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Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde (1854 – 1900) was born in Dublin to Sir William Wilde and his wife Jane. While studying at Oxford, he was fascinated by the aesthetic movement and eventually became a proponent for L'art pour l'art ("Art for Art's Sake"), and wrote the award-winning poem Ravenna. After he graduated in 1879, he moved to Chelsea in London to establish a literary career. Upon graduating in 1879, he moved ... view full profile

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