The complete works of Oscar Wilde / introduced by Merlin Holland.

Author
Other titles
  • Works. 2003
  • Collins complete works of Oscar Wilde
  • Works of Oscar Wilde
  • Collins complete works of Oscar Wilde.
Edition
  • 5th ed.
Published
  • Glasgow : Collins 2003
Physical description
ix, 1270 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, facsimiles, portraits ; 21 cm
ISBN
  • 0007144350
  • 9780007144358
  • 0007144369
  • 9780007144365
Notes
  • Previous edition: 1999.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Stories -- The Picture of Dorian Gray -- Lord Arthur Savile's Crime -- The Canterville Ghost -- The Sphinx Without a Secret -- The Model Millionaire -- A House of Pomegranates -- The Young King -- The Birthday of the Infanta -- The Fisherman and his Soul -- The Star-Child -- The Happy Prince -- The Happy Prince -- The Nightingale and the Rose -- The Selfish Giant -- The Devoted Friend -- The Remarkable Rocket -- The Portrait of Mr. W.H. -- Introduction to the Plays / Terence Brown -- Plays -- The Importance of Being Earnest -- Lady Windermere's Fan -- A Woman of No Importance -- An Ideal Husband -- Salome -- The Duchess of Padua -- Vera, or the Nihilists -- A Florentine Tragedy -- La Sainte Courtisane -- Introduction to the Poems / Declan Kiberd -- Poems -- Ye Shall Be Gods -- Chorus of the Cloud Maidens -- From Spring Days to Winter -- Requiescat -- San Miniato -- By The Arno -- Rome Unvisited -- La Bella Donna Della Mia Mente -- Chanson -- Untitled (See the gold sun has risen) -- Untitled (She stole behind him where he lay) -- The Dole of the King's Daughter -- Love Song -- Tristitiae -- The True Knowledge -- Heart's Yearnings -- The Little Ship -- [characters not reproducible] (Song of Lamentation) -- Lotus Land -- Desespoir -- Lotus Leaves -- Untitled (O loved one lying far away) -- A Fragment from The Agamemnon of Aeschylos -- A Vision -- Sonnet on Approaching Italy -- Sonnet (written in Holy Week at Genoa) -- Impression de Voyage -- The Theatre at Argos -- Urbs Sacra Aeterna -- The Grave of Keats -- Sonnet: on the massacre of the Christians in Bulgaria -- Easter Day -- Sonnet: on Hearing the Dies Irae sung in the Sistine Chapel -- Italia -- Vita Nuova -- E Tenebris -- Quantum Mutata -- To Milton -- Ave Maria Gratia Plena -- Wasted Days -- The Grave of Shelley -- Santa Decca -- Theoretikos -- Amor Intellectualis -- At Verona -- Ravenna -- Magdalen Walks -- The Burden of Itys -- Theocritus -- Nocturne -- Endymion -- Charmides -- Ballade de Marguerite -- La Belle Gabrielle -- Humanitad -- Athanasia -- The New Helen -- Panthea -- Phedre -- Queen Henrietta Maria -- Louis Napoleon -- Madonna Mia -- Roses and Rue -- Portia -- Apologia -- Quia Multum Amavi -- Silentium Amoris -- Her Voice -- My Voice -- [characters not reproducible] (Sweet, I blame you not ...) -- The Garden of Eros -- Ave Imperatrix -- Pan -- The Artist's Dream or San Artysty -- Libertatis Sacra Fames -- Sonnet to Liberty -- Taedium Vitae -- Fabien Dei Franchi -- Serenade -- Camma -- Impression du Matin -- In the Gold Room -- Impressions: 1. Les Silhouettes; 2. La Fuite de la Lune -- Impression: Le Reveillion -- Helas! -- To V.F. -- To M.B.J. -- Impressions: 1. Le Jardin; 2. La Mer -- Le Jardin Des Tuileries -- The Harlot's House -- Fantaisies Decoratives -- Under the Balcony -- To My Wife -- On the Sale By Auction of Keats' Love Letters -- The New Remorse -- Canzonet -- With a Copy of 'A House of Pomegranates' -- Symphony in Yellow -- La Dame Jaune -- Remorse -- In The Forest -- The Sphinx -- The Ballad of Reading Gaol -- Poems in Prose -- The Artist -- The Doer of Good -- The Disciple -- The Master -- The House of Judgment -- The Teacher of Wisdom -- Introduction to Essays, Selected Journalism, Lectures and Letters / Merlin Holland -- Essays, Selected Journalism, Lectures and Letters -- The House Beautiful -- The Decorative Arts -- Personal Impressions of America -- Mrs Langtry as Hester Grazebrook -- Woman's Dress -- Mr Whistler's Ten O'Clock -- Dinners and Dishes -- Hamlet at the Lyceum -- Olivia at the Lyceum -- A Handbook to Marriage -- Balzac in English -- A Ride Through Morocco -- The American Invasion -- Two Biographies of Keats -- Aristotle at Afternoon Tea -- Mr Morris on Tapestry -- London Models -- De Profundis -- Two Letters to the Daily Chronicle -- The Decay of Lying -- Pen, Pencil and Poison -- The Critic as Artist -- The Truth of Masks -- The Soul of Man Under Socialism -- The Rise of Historical Criticism -- A Few Maxims for the Instruction of the Over-Educated -- Phrases and Philosophies for the Use of the Young.
Other names
Genre
  • Bibliography
  • Illustrated
  • Literary collections.
  • Literature.
  • text
Language
  • English

Summary

  • In print since 1948, this is a single-volume collection of Oscar Wilde's texts. It contains his only novel, The Portrait of Dorian Gray as well as his plays, stories, poems, essays and letters. Illustrated with many photographs, the book includes an introduction by Wilde's grandon, Merlin Holland. A comprehensive bibliography of works by and about Oscar Wilde together with a chronological table of his life and work are also included.

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University of Birmingham Libraries: Main Library, Library use only PR5810 .G03
University of Birmingham Libraries: Main Library, Collection PR5810 .G03
Bishop Grosseteste University: Main Collection - Standard Loan 828.809 WIL
University of Cambridge Libraries: Christ's College Library: Floor 3 PR5810 2003
University of Cambridge Libraries: Clare College (Forbes Mellon Library ): Main Library 820.82 WIL
University of Cambridge, King's College: King's College: Main Library YHV WIL X
University of Essex: East 15 Acting School (Loughton) PR 5810
University of Hull: BJL 6th Floor PR 5810 H7
King's College London Library: Maughan Library, Chancery Lane
King's College London Library: Maughan Library, Chancery Lane : [Humanities books] PR5814 HAR One week
University of Nottingham Libraries: Hallward Library
Senate House Library, University of London: University of London Institute in Paris, Main Collection 820 W64 H
University of Sunderland: Murray Library 827.9 W34 28 Day Loan
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance: On shelf 823 WIL
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