A caricature of Wilde by Aubrey Beardsley, the caption reads “Oscar Wilde At Work”. This is a bibliography of works by Oscar Wilde, a late-Victorian Irish writer. Wilde was declared bankrupt to pay legal costs after his conviction for “gross indecency”, and his possessions – including manuscripts, letters, books and presentation volumes of all the major literary figures of his day – were sold by auction. A Few Maxims For The Instruction Oscar wilde essays The Over-Educated” First published, anonymously, in the 1894 November 17 issue of Saturday Review.
The first version of “The Picture of Dorian Gray” was published, in a form highly edited by the magazine, as the lead story in the July 1890 edition of Lippincott’s Monthly Magazine. Including The Canterville Ghost first published in periodical form in 1887. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Ian Small. Wilde’s collection of poetry and first publication. La Sainte Courtisane and A Florentine Tragedy Fragmentary. Dates are dates of first performance, which approximate better to the probable date of composition than dates of publication. The Importance of Being Earnest and Other Plays.
Edited with an Introduction, Commentaries and Notes by Richard Allen Cave. Contains all from above save the first two. As an appendix there is one excised scene from The Importance of Being Earnest. 1908 and contained many previously unpublished works. 11 and contained several other unpublished works. 1962, and new annotations by Merlin Holland. Wilde, but its authorship is unclear.
One theory is that it was a combined effort by a several of Wilde’s friends, which he may have edited. Constance On September 14, 2011, Wilde’s grandson Merlin Holland contested Wilde’s claimed authorship of this play entitled Constance, scheduled to open that week in the King’s Head Theatre. It was not, in fact, “Oscar Wilde’s final play,” as its producers were claiming. Oscar Wilde grandson scorns ‘new’ play”.