The Picture of Dorian Gray and Other WorksLeather / fine binding Barnes & Noble Leatherbound Classic Collection
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- Publisher: Barnes & Noble Inc
- Format: Leather / fine binding | 848 pages
- Dimensions: 160mm x 240mm x 50mm | 1,402g
- Publication date: 24 May 2012
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 1435139437
- ISBN 13: 9781435139435
- Illustrations note: b/w throughout
- Sales rank: 29,869
The Picture of Dorian Gray and Other Short Stories is a compilation of short stories by Oscar Wilde, along with his only novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray. It was originally published in 1888 under the title Stories: Oscar Wilde. Some of the short stories within include "The Sphinx Without a Secret," "The Model Millionaire," and stories from the previously-published collections "A House of Pomegranates" and "The Happy Prince and Other Tales." This book is sure to interest Oscar Wilde fans and fans of Victorian literature. OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900) was a celebrated Irish-born playwright, short story writer, poet, and personality in Victorian London. He is best known for his involvement in the aesthetic movement and his only novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray, as well as his many plays, such as Lady Windermere's Fan, The Importance of Being Ernest, A Woman of No Importance, An Ideal Husband, and Salom . During his imprisonment for gross indecency, he wrote De Profundis, and later, The Ballad of Reading Gao.
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The ever-quotable Oscar Wilde once said, "Anybody can make history. Only a great man can write it." From his outsize celebrity in Victorian London to his authorship of fiction, drama and poetry that uniquely captured his era, it's fair to say that Wilde succeeded on both counts.