Oscar Wilde - (1854 - 1900) - Research Article from Gothic Literature

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Principal Works

Poems (poetry) 1881
The Happy Prince, and Other Tales (short stories) 1888
The Picture of Dorian Gray (novel) 1890; first published in the journal Lippincott's Monthly Magazine; revised edition, 1891
A House of Pomegranates (short stories) 1891
Intentions (essays) 1891
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime, and Other Stories (short stories) 1891
Lady Windermere's Fan (play) 1892
Salomé (play) 1893
A Woman of No Importance (play) 1893
An Ideal Husband (play) 1895
The Ballad of Reading Gaol, and Other Poems [as C.3.3.] (poetry) 1898
De Profundis (letter) 1905

Collected Works. 14 vols. (poetry, essays, short stories, novel, plays, and criticism) 1908
The Letters of Oscar Wilde (letters) 1962

∗ This volume includes the short stories "The Canterville Ghost," "Lord Arthur Savile's Crime," and "The Sphinx without a Secret."

† This work was not published in its entirety until 1949.

Primary Sources

SOURCE: Wilde, Oscar. "To the Editor of the St. James's Gazette." In The...

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