Poet, playwright and essayist, Oscar Wilde was arguably English literature's most versatile writer. Established as a witty, controversial and flamboyant author, he has produced masterpieces in nearly every literary genre.
This exceptional collection throws light on the importance of short fiction in Wilde’s literary career and brings together 14 celebrated stories published during his exceedingly eventful career. Blending the elements of fantasy, romance and wit, the book includes the touching fairy-tales such as ‘The Happy Prince’ and ‘The Selfish Giant’, the exuberant comedies like 'Lord Arthur Savile's Crime' and ‘The Canterville Ghost’, and the daring investigational accounts like ‘The Portrait of Mr. W. H’.
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