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´╗┐Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Oscar Wilde
Author: Wilde, Oscar
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WORKS OF

OSCAR WILDE



CONTENTS

##  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

SALOM\xC9



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

CHAPTER: 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\x92S 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

H\xE9las!


139

To Milton


140

On the Massacre of the Christians in Bulgaria


141

Holy Week at Genoa


142

Urbs Sacra \xC6terna


143

E Tenebris


144

At Verona


145

On the Sale by Auction of Keats\x92 Love Letters


146

The New Remorse


147



POEMS
By Oscar Wilde
CONTENTS

POEMS (1881):


PAGE



H\xE9las!


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 \xC6terna


49



Sonnet on hearing the Dies Ir\xE6 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\x92s 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 Th\xE9\xE0tre:



Fabien dei Franchi


155



Ph\xE8dre


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 R\xE9veillon


175



At Verona


176



Apologia


177



Quia Multum Amavi


179



Silentium Amoris


180



Her Voice


181



My Voice


183



T\xE6dium Vit\xE6


184



Humanitad


185



Flower of Love:



G?????????S ??OS


211

UNCOLLECTED POEMS (1876\x961893):



From Spring Days to Winter


217



Tristiti\xE6


219



The True Knowledge


220



p. viiiImpressions: I. Le Jardin


221



II.  La Mer


222



Under the Balcony


223



The Harlot\x92s House


225



Le Jardin des Tuileries


227



On the Sale by Auction of Keats\x92 Love Letters


228



The New Remorse


229



Fantasisies D\xE9coratives: 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 \x91A House of Pomegranates\x92


238



Roses and Rue


239



D\xE9sespoir


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\x97a Villanelle


106

Sonnets\x97



Greece


108



Portia (to Ellen Terry)


110



Fabien Dei Franchi (to Henry Irving)


112



Ph\xE8dre (to Sarah Bernhardt)


114



p. viiiOn Hearing The Dies Ir\xE6 Sung In The Sistine Chapel


116



Ave Maria Gratia Plena


118



Libertatis Sacra Fames


120



Roses and Rue


122



From \x91The Garden of Eros\x92


128



The Harlot\x92s House


140



From \x91The Burden of Itys\x92


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\x92s Sonnet on Blue


4

Dinners and Dishes


8

Shakespeare on Scenery


10

\x91Henry the Fourth\x92 at Oxford


15

A Handbook to Marriage


18

To Read or Not to Read


21

The Letters of a Great Woman


22

B\xE9ranger in England


27

The Poetry of the People


29

\x91The Cenci\x92


32

Balzac in English


34

Ben Jonson


37

Mr. Symonds\x92 History of the Renaissance


39

Mr. Morris\x92s \x91Odyssey\x92


44

Russian Novelists


48

Mr. Pater\x92s \x91Imaginary Portraits\x92


51

A German Princess


55

\x91A Village Tragedy\x92


63

Mr. Morris\x92s Completion of the \x91Odyssey\x92


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\x92s 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\x92s \x91Wanderings of Oisin\x92


160

Mr. William Morris\x92s Last Book


162

Some Literary Notes


167

Mr. Swinburne\x92s \x91Poems and Ballads\x92 (Third Series)


173

A Chinese Sage


177

Mr. Pater\x92s \x91Appreciations\x92


187

Sententiae


194





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