Essays, criticisms and reviews /
by Oscar Wilde.
|Main Creator:||Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.|
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London : Privately printed, 1901.
Wilde's editorial contributions to The woman's world from November 1887 to June 1889.
"Now first collected ... Privately printed".
One of several unauthorized editions. Cf. Mason, S. Wilde (new ed.), p. 535-536.
The statement of limitation, found on p.  in some copies, is known to exist in at least two states. In one state the first line ends "been"; in the other, this line ends "printed,".
HRC has copies of both states.
Page  (half-title) signed: A2; t.p. (p. ) signed: A.
Page 175 is known to exist in at least three states. In two states the tailpiece is the same as that found on p. 50, 62, 85, etc. One of these states is without colophon; the other has: Printed by the Century Printing Company ... London, E.C. A third state, without colophon, has a starfish-like tailpiece.
HRC has copies of each these states of p. 175.
A fascinating book [Lefébure's 'History of embroidery and lace.'] A note on some modern poets. Some literary notes. Literary and other notes [Reviews].
Physical description: 175 p. ; 26 cm.
Citations/References: Mason, S. Wilde (new ed.), 589
Citations/References: Mason, S. Wilde (new ed.), 590
Citations/References: Mason, S. Wilde (new ed.), 591
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