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Books for Wildeans, part one

There, there, JD Ellevsen, says one person consoling another. You might live long enough to read all the books about Oscar Wilde.

This is the first in a series about books for admirers of Wilde, prompted by a question from the Oscar Wilde Festival, Galway. At the moment, I’m reading Oscar Wilde’s Chatterton by Joseph Bristow and Rebecca N. Mitchell and Max Beerbohm’s satirical sketches of the 1890s, Seven Men. Two new and upcoming releases for Wildeans to note are Michael Seeney’s From Bow Street to the Ritz: Oscar

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