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INDEX OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG
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OSCAR WILDE



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WILDE



CONTENTS

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table of contents for each of the twelve volumes.

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##  THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (13 chap.)

##  THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (20 chap.)

THE BALLAD OF READING GAOL

##  LORD ARTHUR SAVILE'S CRIME

##  ESSAYS AND LECTURES

LADY WINDERMERE'S FAN

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE

##  A HOUSE OF POMEGRANATES

THE DUCHESS OF PADUA

AN IDEAL HUSBAND (play)

##  THE HAPPY PRINCE

DE PROFUNDIS

THE SOUL OF MAN

##  CHARMIDES AND OTHER POEMS

##  POEMS

##  POEMS OF OSCAR WILDE

##  MISCELLANEOUS

SELECTED PROSE OF OSCAR WILDE

SHORTER PROSE PIECES

MISCELLANIES

REVIEWS

##  THE CANTERVILLE GHOST

FOR LOVE OF THE KING

##  VERA

##  THE HAPPY PRINCE AND OTHER TALES

##  A CRITIC IN PALL MALL

MISCELLANEOUS APHORISMS

IMPRESSIONS OF AMERICA

CHILDREN IN PRISON

SALOMÉ








TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES






THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY

By Oscar Wilde

1890




CONTENTS

Chapter I: 3-12

Chapter II: 12-22

Chapter III: 22-32

Chapter IV: 32-36

Chapter V: 36-43

Chapter VI: 43-52

Chapter VII: 52-58

Chapter VIII: 58-64

Chapter IX: 65-77

Chapter X: 77-81

Chapter XI: 81-86

Chapter XII: 86-93

Chapter XIII: 94-100






THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY

By Oscar Wilde



CONTENTS

I,
II,
III,
IV,
V,
VI,
VII,
VIII,
IX,
X,
XI,
XII,
XIII,
XIV,
XV,
XVI,
XVII,
XVIII,
XIX,
XX,

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE








LORD ARTHUR SAVILE'S CRIME AND OTHER STORIES

Oscar Wilde

CONTENTS

PAGE

LORD ARTHUR SAVILE’S CRIME

3

THE CANTERVILLE GHOST

65

THE SPHINX WITHOUT A SECRET

121

THE MODEL MILLIONAIRE

133

THE PORTRAIT OF MR. W. H.

145






ESSAYS AND LECTURES

By Oscar Wilde

CONTENTS



PAGE

THE RISE OF HISTORICAL CRITICISM

1

THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE OF ART

109

HOUSE DECORATION

157

ART AND THE HANDICRAFTMAN

173

LECTURE TO ART STUDENTS

197

LONDON MODELS

213

POEMS IN PROSE

227






A HOUSE OF POMEGRANATES

By Oscar Wilde

CONTENTS

PAGE

The Young King

1

The Birthday of the Infanta

31

The Fisherman and his Soul

73

The Star-child

147






THE HAPPY PRINCE AND OTHER TALES

By Oscar Wilde




CONTENTS

Page

The Happy Prince

1

The Nightingale and the Rose

25

The Selfish Giant

43

The Devoted Friend

57

The Remarkable Rocket

87






CHARMIDES AND OTHER POEMS

By Oscar Wilde

CONTENTS

PAGE

Charmides

9

Requiescat

67

San Miniato

69

Rome Unvisited

71

Humanitad

77

Louis Napoleon

114

Endymion

116

Le Jardin

119

La Mer

120

Le Panneau

121

Les Ballons

124

Canzonet

126

Le Jardin Des Tuileries

129

Pan: Double Villanelle

131

In the Forest

135

Symphony in Yellow

136

SONNETS

Hélas!

139

To Milton

140

On the Massacre of the Christians in Bulgaria

141

Holy Week at Genoa

142

Urbs Sacra Æterna

143

E Tenebris

144

At Verona

145

On the Sale by Auction of Keats’ Love Letters

146

The New Remorse

147






POEMS

By Oscar Wilde

CONTENTS

POEMS (1881):

PAGE

 

 

Hélas!

3

 

Eleutheria:

 

 

Sonnet To Liberty

7

 

 

Ave Imperatrix

8

 

 

To Milton

14

 

 

Louis Napoleon

15

 

 

Sonnet on the Massacre of the Christians in Bulgaria

16

 

 

Quantum Mutata

17

 

 

Libertatis Sacra Fames

18

 

 

Theoretikos

19

 

The Garden of Eros

21

 

Rosa Mystica:

 

 

Requiescat

39

 

 

Sonnet on approaching Italy

40

 

 

San Miniato

41

 

 

Ave Maria Gratia Plena

42

 

 

Italia

43

 

 

Sonnet written in Holy Week at Genoa

44

 

 

Rome Unvisited

45

 

 

p. viUrbs Sacra Æterna

49

 

 

Sonnet on hearing the Dies Iræ sung in the Sistine Chapel

50

 

 

Easter Day

51

 

 

E Tenebris

52

 

 

Vita Nuova

53

 

 

Madonna Mia

54

 

 

The New Helen

55

 

The Burden Of Itys

61

 

Wind Flowers:

 

 

Impression du Matin

83

 

 

Magdalen Walks

84

 

 

Athanasia

86

 

 

Serenade

89

 

 

Endymion

91

 

 

La Bella Donna della mia Mente

93

 

 

Chanson

95

 

Charmides

97

 

Flowers of Gold:

 

 

 

Impressions: I.  Les Silhouettes

135

 

 

II.  La Fuite de la Lune

136

 

 

The Grave of Keats

137

 

 

Theocritus: A Villanelle

138

 

 

In the Gold Room: A Harmony

139

 

 

Ballade de Marguerite

140

 

 

The Dole of the King’s Daughter

143

 

 

Amor Intellectualis

145

 

 

Santa Decca

146

 

 

A Vision

147

 

 

Impression de Voyage

148

 

 

p. viiThe Grave of Shelley

149

 

 

By the Arno

150

 

Impressions de Théàtre:

 

 

Fabien dei Franchi

155

 

 

Phèdre

156

 

 

Sonnets written at the Lyceum Theatre

 

 

I.  Portia

157

 

 

II.  Queen Henrietta Maria

158

 

 

III.  Camma

159

 

Panthea

161

 

The Fourth Movement:

 

 

Impression: Le Réveillon

175

 

 

At Verona

176

 

 

Apologia

177

 

 

Quia Multum Amavi

179

 

 

Silentium Amoris

180

 

 

Her Voice

181

 

 

My Voice

183

 

 

Tædium Vitæ

184

 

Humanitad

185

 

Flower of Love:

 

 

 

ΓΛΥΚΥΠΙΚΡΟΣ ΕΡΩΣ

211

UNCOLLECTED POEMS (1876–1893):

 

 

From Spring Days to Winter

217

 

 

Tristitiæ

219

 

 

The True Knowledge

220

 

 

p. viiiImpressions: I. Le Jardin

221

 

 

II.  La Mer

222

 

 

Under the Balcony

223

 

 

The Harlot’s House

225

 

 

Le Jardin des Tuileries

227

 

 

On the Sale by Auction of Keats’ Love Letters

228

 

 

The New Remorse

229

 

 

Fantasisies Décoratives: I.  Le Panneau

230

 

 

II.  Les Ballons

232

 

 

Canzonet

233

 

 

Symphony in Yellow

235

 

 

In the Forest

236

 

 

To my Wife: With a Copy of my Poems

237

 

 

With a Copy of ‘A House of Pomegranates’

238

 

 

Roses and Rue

239

 

 

Désespoir

242

 

 

Pan: Double Villanelle

243

THE SPHINX (1894)

245

THE BALLAD OF READING GAOL (1898)

269

RAVENNA (1878)

305






SELECTED POEMS OF OSCAR WILDE




CONTENTS

Preface

v

The Ballad of Reading Gaol (Complete Version)

1

The Ballad of Reading Gaol (Shorter Version)

61

Ave Imperatrix

89

To My Wife (with a copy of my poems)

100

Magdalen Walks

102

Theocritus—a Villanelle

106

Sonnets

 

Greece

108

 

Portia (to Ellen Terry)

110

 

Fabien Dei Franchi (to Henry Irving)

112

 

Phèdre (to Sarah Bernhardt)

114

 

p. viiiOn Hearing The Dies Iræ Sung In The Sistine Chapel

116

 

Ave Maria Gratia Plena

118

 

Libertatis Sacra Fames

120

 

Roses and Rue

122

 

From ‘The Garden of Eros’

128

 

The Harlot’s House

140

 

From ‘The Burden of Itys’

144

 

Flower of Love

158






OSCAR WILDE MISCELLANEOUS




CONTENTS

Preface

vii

La Sainte Courtisane

111

A Florentine Tragedy

127






THE CANTERVILLE GHOST

BY WILDE


LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Miss Virginia E. Otis
"Had once raced old Lord Bilton on her pony"
"Blood has been spilled on that spot"
"I really must insist on your oiling those chains"
"The twins ... at once discharged two pellets on him"
"Its head was bald and burnished"
"He met with a severe fall"
"A heavy jug of water fell right down on him"
"Making satirical remarks on the photographs"
"Suddenly there leaped out two figures"
"'Poor, poor ghost,' she murmured; 'have you no place where you can sleep?'"
"The ghost glided on more swiftly"
"He heard somebody galloping after him"
"Out on the landing stepped Virginia"
"Chained to it was a gaunt skeleton"
"By the side of the hearse and the coaches walked the servants with lighted torches"
"The moon came out from behind a cloud"






VERA; OR, THE NIHILISTS.

A DRAMA IN A PROLOGUE, AND FOUR ACTS

By Oscar Wilde




PROLOGUE.
ACT I.
ACT II.
ACT III.
ACT IV.
CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS.






THE HAPPY PRINCE AND OTHER TALES

By Oscar Wilde




CONTENTS

Page

The Happy Prince

15

The Nightingale and the Rose

41

The Selfish Giant

59

The Devoted Friend

73

The Remarkable Rocket

105






A CRITIC IN PALL MALL

BEING EXTRACTS FROM REVIEWS AND MISCELLANIES

By Oscar Wilde




CONTENTS

page

The Tomb of Keats

1

Keats’s Sonnet on Blue

4

Dinners and Dishes

8

Shakespeare on Scenery

10

‘Henry the Fourth’ at Oxford

15

A Handbook to Marriage

18

To Read or Not to Read

21

The Letters of a Great Woman

22

Béranger in England

27

The Poetry of the People

29

‘The Cenci’

32

Balzac in English

34

Ben Jonson

37

Mr. Symonds’ History of the Renaissance

39

Mr. Morris’s ‘Odyssey’

44

Russian Novelists

48

Mr. Pater’s ‘Imaginary Portraits’

51

A German Princess

55

‘A Village Tragedy’

63

Mr. Morris’s Completion of the ‘Odyssey’

65

Mrs. Somerville

70

Aristotle at Afternoon Tea

76

p. viEarly Christian Art in Ireland

81

Madame Ristori

85

English Poetesses

91

Venus or Victory

101

M. Caro on George Sand

105

A Fascinating Book

108

Henley’s Poems

123

Some Literary Ladies

129

Poetry and Prison

143

The Gospel According to Walt Whitman

146

Irish Fairy Tales

152

Mr. W. B. Yeats

158

Mr. Yeats’s ‘Wanderings of Oisin’

160

Mr. William Morris’s Last Book

162

Some Literary Notes

167

Mr. Swinburne’s ‘Poems and Ballads’ (Third Series)

173

A Chinese Sage

177

Mr. Pater’s ‘Appreciations’

187

Sententiae

194








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