The Epigrams of Oscar Wilde - Alvin Redman Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / This is a collection of epigrams, sayings, quotations accredited to Oscar Wilde, whether in his books, plays or in conversation, and is a reprint of a book originally published in 1952, with an introduction by Vyvyan Holland, Wilde's son.
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