Essays Of Oscar Wilde by Oscar Wilde

This collection of essays showcases the sharp wit and insightful social commentary of one of the most celebrated writers of the late 19th century. The essays span a range of topics, from art and aesthetics to criticism and personal reflections, all delivered with the author's distinctive blend of eloquence and irony. The author's keen observations on Victorian society, his exploration of beauty and its relation to life, and his thoughts on the role of the artist make this compilation a treasure trove for readers interested in literature, philosophy, and the enduring complexities of human nature.

The 7195th greatest book of all time


Published
1909
Nationality
Irish
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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