Nothing...Except My Genius

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Penguin UK, Oct 2, 1997 - Literary Collections - 112 pages
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'I have nothing to declare', Wilde once told an American customs official, 'except my genius'. A socialite, a wit, a man who flaunted convention and was unafraid to shock, Oscar Wilde was a great writer and a great man. This new collection of wit and wisdom demonstrates the brilliance of his vision, the audacity of his style. Such is the scope of the material, it brings to life the Wilde of great feeling as well as the Wilde of great art.

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User Review  - LisaMorr - LibraryThing

The most disappointing thing for me is that the title quote is not anywhere in the book! How funny! This is a nice little book of quotations by Oscar Wilde, many that come directly from his works. As ... Read full review

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OSCAR WILDE was born in Dublin in 1854. One of the greatest British writers ever, he wrote both novels and plays, including The Picture of Dorian Gray, De Profundis (both of which are available in Penguin Classics) and The Importance of Being Earnest. He died in Paris in 1900.

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