Reviews (1908) is a volume of critical and literary views and reviews of Oscar Wilde about various subjects and writers. These reviews, illustrating the middle period of the writer's maturing career, between the aesthetic period and the production of Lady Windermere's Fan, reveal his opinions of the contemporaries who thought little of him. Some of the reviews are prophetic in nature, some are biased by hostile or friendly prejudice, others are witty and positive.
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September 23, 2008
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