Présentation de l'éditeur
* Annotated with concise introduction, including analysis of Oscar Wilde's works as well as modern view on Wilde's historical background.
* Original footnotes are hyperlinked for easy reference.
* The collection includes alphabetical and chronological indexes of Wilde's works.
* Each book features its own active Table of Contents.
* Includes Oscar Wilde's Biography.
* Includes Oscar Wilde's most famous quotes.
* Includes analysis of Oscar Wilde's literary style.
* Includes analysis of Wilde's London.
* All Annotated Classics books are beautifully designed for easy reading and navigation on e-Readers and mobile devices.
The Picture of Dorian Gray
The Duchess of Padua
A Florentine Tragedy
For Love of the King
An Ideal Husband
The Importance of Being Earnest
Lady Windermere's Fan
La Sainte Courtisane
Vera; or, The Nihilists
A Woman of No Importance
The Birthday of The Infanta
The Canterville Ghost illustrated
The Devoted Friend illustrated
The Fisherman and His Soul
The Happy Prince illustrated
A House of Pomegranates
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime
The Model Millionaire
The Nightingale and the Rose illustrated
The Portrait of Mr. W. H
The Remarkable Rocket illustrated
The Selfish Giant illustrated
The Sphinx without a Secret
The Young King
The Ballad of Reading Gaol
Selected Poems & Sonnets (75 poems)
Art and the Handicraftman
De Profundis expurgated version
The English Renaissance of Art
Intentions (The Decay of Lying, Pen, Pencil And Poison, The Critic As Artist, The Truth of Masks)
Lecture to Art Students
The Rise of Historical Criticism
Selected Prose of Oscar Wilde
Shorter Prose Pieces
The Soul of Man Under Socialism
BIOGRAPHY & HISTORICAL BACKGROUND:
Oscar Wilde Biography
Oscar Wilde: Art and Morality by Stuart Mason
Oscar Wilde, a Critical Study by Arthur Ransome
Oscar Wilde: An Idler's Impression by Edgar Saltus
Oscar Wilde by Leonard Cresswell Ingleby
Oscar Wilde, His Life and Confessions VOLUME I by Frank Harris
Oscar Wilde, His Life and Confessions VOLUME II by Frank Harris
The Green Carnation by Robert Smythe Hichens
QUOTES & ANALYSIS:
Dorian Gray syndrome