The Complete Letters of Oscar Wilde

The Complete Letters of Oscar Wilde Here Is Oscar Wilde Revealed In His Own Words Including Than 200 Previously Unpublished Letters Available To Coincide With The One Hundredth Anniversary Of His DeathDeliciously Wicked, Astoundingly Clever, And Often Outright Shocking, Oscar Wilde Put His Art Into His Work And His Genius Into His Life In This Collection, Replete With Newly Discovered Letters, The Full Extent Of That Genius Is Unveiled.Charting His Life From His Irish Upbringing To Fame In His Fin De Si Cle London To Infamy And Exile In Paris, The Letters Written Between 1875 And 1900 To Publishers And Fans, Friends And Lovers, Enemies And Adversaries Resound With Wilde S Wit, Brilliance, And Humanity Wilde S Grandson, Merlin Holland, And Rupert Hart Davis Have Produced A Provocative And Revealing Self Portrait Wilde S Reputation As A Serious Thinker, Humorous Writer, And Gay Icon Continues To Flourish The C Omplete Letters Is An Intimate Exploration Of His Life And Thoughts Wilde In His Own Words. Actually, I read this edition of Wilde s letters when it was reissued a couple of years back Whenever I m going through my Wilde phase about once a month I flip through this tome for comfort and laughs Who knew that the art of letter writing could be so entertaining Oscar did Son las cartas m s bonitas que he le do Lo nico que vi mal en el libro es que se muestran las cartas ya traducidas y en muchas partes se nota c mo se pierde un poco el sentido por culpa de la traducci n Habr a estado bien que hubieran puesto las cartas originales y luego, si quer an, la traducci n Por lo dem s, estuvo genial Creo que es un buen complemento para De Profundis , porque muestra el lado bueno que Oscar Wilde no mencion ah y con ello hace que veas esa relaci n de un mod
What a character, Oscar Wilde 1888 1895 I would describe him as a social butterfly He knew everyone and would attend parties dinners theater productions and , every night day of the week He hated Sundays because there was nothing to do but go to church, everything was closed They say he was the life of any party, captivating his audience with wit and interesting stories He was a writer, wit, and raconteur, as the pre eminent personality of his day 1888 to 1895 he completed Salome What a character, Oscar Wilde 1888 1895 I would describe him as a social butterfly He knew everyone and would attend parties dinners theater productions and , every night day of the week He hated Sundays because there was nothing to do but go to church, everything was closed They say he was the life of any party, captivating his audience with wit and interesting stories He was a writer, wit, and raconteur, as the pre eminent personality of his day 1888 to 1895 he completed Salome the novel, as well as four well received plays, Lady Windermere s Fan, A Woman of No Importance , An Ideal Husband, and The Importance of Being Earnest His humor was well received and at this time he was quite famous for his work Married to Constance in 1884, time passes and they find themselves as friends, so they both sought love outside their marriage As she grew older, Wilde commented her shape had changed a
It s a big fat volume, but worth its weight in gold as offering the most complete self portrait of Oscar Wilde in all his moods, from amusing to despairing, commenting on life and the Arts in the late Victorian world and joshing wit
Estas cartas para Lord Alfred Douglas entre 1892 al 1897, demuestran el amor que ten a Wilde por el jovencito de ojos y cabellos claros Pero tambi n como los amigos de Oscar hicieron lo posible para separarlo del que amaba, debido que lo estaba arruinando como vemos en De Profundis, que mediante una carta larga que escribe Oscar conocemos la realidad de persona que era Douglas.A su vez este ejemplar nos cuenta que se conservaron casi todas las cartas de Oscar mientras que las de Bosie Dougla Estas cartas para Lord Alfred Douglas entre 1892 al 1897, demuestran el amor que ten a Wilde por el jovencito de ojos y cabellos claros Pero tambi n como los amigos de Oscar hicieron lo posible para separarlo del que amaba, debido que lo estaba arruinando como vemos en De Profundis, que mediante una carta larga que escribe Oscar conocemos la realidad de persona que era Douglas.A su vez este ejemplar nos cuenta que se conservaron casi todas las cartas de Oscar mientras que las de Bosie Douglas solo se conservan tres supongo que Wilde se deshizo de casi todas al llegar a su fin.Al final de las p ginas encontramos el soneto que Lord Alfred Douglas le dedico a Oscar Wilde cuando falleci EL POETA MUERTOEn sue os le vi la ltima noche Su semblanteesplendoroso no ten a ya sombra de desgracia.Y, como an
Been interested in writers thoughts on the process of writing and the writing life lately I also saw the film biography of Wilde with Stephen Fry not long ago and thought it was great, which put Wilde back in the front of my mind This is a doorstop of a book, the kind of thing Wilde philes should have on their shelves for reference a little harder to relax with in a bubble bath Started reading front to back, but I think I will have to skip around It is far too well researched
This is truly a magnificent collection of letters It is wonderful how writers such as Wilde and H P Lovecraft reveal themselves in their epistles, and how these letters so add to our biographical information concerning these writers With Wilde, the story of his life seems to captivatepeople than his actual fiction, poetry, and essays There are now so many studies of his life, his tragedy I think Wilde is probably most famous today for his plays, in particular THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING This is truly a magnificent collection of letters It is wonderful how writers such as Wilde and H P Lovecraft reveal themselves in their epistles, and how these letters so add to our biographical information concerning these writers With Wilde, the story of his life see
Refaz a Minha Vida ArruinadaMeu querido rapaz, Recebi o teu telegrama h meia hora, e quero apenas enviar te uma linha para dizer que sinto que a minha nica esperan a de novamente fazer arte maravilhosa est em encontrar te e permanecer contigo Antes n o era assim, mas agora diferente, e tu consegues verdadeiramente recriar em mim a energia e a sensa o alegre de poder, das quais a arte dep
This honestly is a 1400 paged beast but fortunately it was a beautiful beast to read.You see Wilde in his finest years and in his worst.Truly a magnificent person and writerspecifically.I am so grateful to his grandson for editing this whole collection of letters Un libro curioso y sobre todo muy hermoso, con las cartas que Wilde escribi a su gran amor, Bosie Las traducciones de Luis Antonio de Villena no me acaban de convencer pero aun as , es un apasionante viaje por un romance tr gico y maldito Es una l stima que no existan m s cartas.

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  • Hardcover
  • 1270 pages
  • The Complete Letters of Oscar Wilde
  • Oscar Wilde
  • English
  • 18 April 2017
  • 0805059156