Oscar Wilde: A Critical Study
Haskell House, 1971 - Всего страниц: 234
A trenchant analysis of Wilde's prose & poetical works, set against the backdrop of his tempestuous & tormented life. Provides a valuable picture of the literary life of England at that time & the role Wilde played in it. Relates Wilde's works to the mores of his time.
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