|Title||The Wit and Humor of Oscar Wilde||Height||13 mm|
|Author||Oscar Wilde||Width||1 mm|
|Publisher||Dover Publications Inc.||Pages||258|
|Edition||Availability||Out Of Stock|
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The Wit and Humor of Oscar Wilde
Author: Oscar Wilde
More than 1000 ripostes, paradoxes, and epigrams on sin, society, genius, wealth, men, women, religion, America, education, and smoking: Work is the curse of the drinking classes, I can resist everything except temptation, etcetera. Also excerpts from his trial testimony, where the tragedy implicit in Wildes humor is nowhere more vivid. Published (first published January 1st 1959)