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Oscar Wilde

Life: 1854-1900

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An Ideal Husband, [en] 1895

Ballad of Reading Gaol, [en] 1898

The Canterville Ghost, [en] 1906

Charmides and Other Poems, [en]

A Critic in Pall Mall
Being Extracts from Reviews and Miscellanies, [en] 1919

De profundis
[Dutch Translation], [nl] 1905

De Profundis, [en] 1905

Derniers essais de littérature et d'esthétique: août 1887-1890, [fr] 1913

The Duchess of Padua, [en] 1883

Essays and Lectures, [en]

A Florentine Tragedy
La Sainte Courtisane (fragments), [en] 1908

For Love of the King
a Burmese Masque, [en] 1894

The Happy Prince and Other Tales, [en] 1888

Het portret van Dorian Gray, [nl] 1890

A House of Pomegranates, [en] 1915

The Importance of Being Earnest
A Trivial Comedy for Serious People, [en] 1895

Individualisme en socialisme
Soul of Man under Socialism, [nl] 1913

Intentions, [en] 1891

La maison de la courtisane
Nouveaux Poèmes, [fr] 1919

Lady Windermere's Fan, [en] 1917

Lord Arthur Savile's Crime
and Other Stories, [en] 1891

Miscellaneous Aphorisms; The Soul of Man, [en] 1911

The Picture of Dorian Gray, [en] 1890

Poems, [en]

Salome, [fr] 1893

Salomé, [fr] 1893

Salome en Een Florentijnsch Treurspel, [nl]

Selected Poems of Oscar Wilde, [en]

Selected Prose of Oscar Wilde, [en]

Shorter Prose Pieces, [en]

The Soul of Man Under Socialism, [en] 1904

or, The Nihilists, [en] 1881

A Woman of No Importance, [en] 1893

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