The Artist as Critic. Critical Writings of Oscar Wilde

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Author: Oscar Wilde. Richard Ellmann - Ed.
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1970 First British Edition

Publisher - W. H. Allen, London.
Cover is hard bound in mauve cloth. Base of spine bumped, otherwise good condition.
Dust Jacket is present. Price clipped. Some shelf wear.
End Papers are intact, white, with previous owner's signature in ink on front flypaper. Small cellotape markings on both.
Preliminaries – Table of Contents; Introduction; Note on the Text.
Main Text Body - 446 Pages.
Fine and clean.   

End Matters – Index.
Edges are even and unworn.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage.  Gilt lettering.
Page Structure is sound with no missing pages.

 This selection makes available for the first time in one volume the best of Wilde's critical writings. Under the mask of frivolity Wilde has a seriousness, and even a consistency, which makes his formulations of certain critical ideas the finest, as well as the wittiest, that we have.

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