The Soul of Man, and Prison Writings
Oxford University Press, 1999 - 224 páginas
`All limitations, external or internal, are prison-walls, and life is a limitation.'Presenting the less familiar, serious Wilde before and after his fall, this volume includes The Soul of Man, a manifesto on Individualism, De Profundis, the self-analysing piece he wrote in gaol, two open letters to the Daily Chronicle on prison injustice, and The Ballad of Reading Gaol, inspiredby the execution of a fellow-prisoner.
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WILDES FIRST POSTPRISON LETTER
WILDES SECOND POSTPRISON LETTER
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