For love of the king.
by Oscar Wilde; a Burmese play in three acts and nine scenes.
|Main Creator:||Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.|
First appearance in print.
Written presumably in 1894, not for publication, but as a gift to a friend, Mrs. Chan Toon (later Mrs. Wodehouse-Pearse) C.S. Millard regarded the work as a forgery imposed by Mrs. Chan Toon, and his accusations resulted in a libel suit instituted by Methuen & co., in which the verdict was rendered against Mr. Millard.
Cf. Clark, W.A. Wilde and Wildeiana. 1922-31. v. 3, p. 33-34.
Physical description: 349-355 p. : ills., ports.
Reproduction Note: Microfilm. Woodbridge, Ct : Primary Source Microfilm, 1999 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (The Oscar Wilde Collection ; reel 10-13)
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|POS 9277||Main Reading Room Special Access||Microfilm|