I’ve added more of the WAW issues. There is some interesting material in these issues. Number 10 has two previously unpublished letters of people in Wilde’s life. One is an undated letter written by Constance Wilde and the other is a letter written by Alfred ‘Bosie’ Douglas in May 1930. These were sent to me at the time for publication by the owner of the letters.
Just click on the Oscar Wilde Publications link above to get to the Wild About Wilde issues. The articles and reviews of Wilde’s work are still relevant to the study and enjoyment of Wilde’s genius.
Many thanks Carmel. Have a look at this: https://www.facebook.com/groups/239670336711149/
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Hello JD. I’m not on Facebook so I can’t access the link. Can you explain?
Hi Carmel, We have two Facebook groups: Oscar Wilde Literary Society and Oscar Wilde Literary Fun The latter takes a more light-hearted, maybe irreverent view of Wilde. Here’s a sample:
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> Carmel McCaffrey commented: “Hello JD. Iâm not on Facebook so I canât > access the link. Can you explain?” >
Sounds interesting. The image doesn’t seem to post on here. Could you send it to me via the email link on the home page? Click on ‘Contact’ at the top and it will take you straight to the email. Thanks!