THE ANNOTATED PRISON WRITINGS OF OSCAR WILDE
Behind bars and in the period immediately after his release, Wilde wrote two of his most powerful works--the long autobiographical letter De Profundis and an expansive poem, The Ballad of Reading Gaol. Collected here are these and other prison writings, accompanied by historical illustrations, and Frankel's rich facing-page annotations.
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