A House of Pomegranates

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Book Jungle, 2010 - 88 pages
Oscar Wilde was a major celebrity in the late Victorian era. He was an Irish playwright, novelist, poet, and short story writer. His works are known for their caustic wit. Wilde spent two years in a hard labor prison after being convicted of gross indecency. After Wilde read the works of Peter Kropotkin he became an anarchist philosopher. A House of Pomegranates includes The young king -- The birthday of the Infanta -- The fisherman and his soul -- The Star-child.

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