De Profundis: Being the First Complete and Accurate Version of Epistola: in Carcere Et Vinculis, the Last Prose Work in English of Oscar Wilde

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Methuen & Company, 1950 - English prose literature - 147 pages
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User Review  - cjyurkanin - LibraryThing

Beautiful, fascinating, poetic, and heartbreaking, Wilde becomes the “spectator of his own tragedy” in De Profundis and attempts a sort of mystical Confiteor to make sense of the suffering of his soul ... Read full review

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User Review  - gbill - LibraryThing

The end of Oscar Wilde’s life was so sad it makes me shiver to think about. The world was his oyster, and he was a highly successful playwright and wit at the height of his powers when he was ... Read full review

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