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"I needs to die as I lived, past my means." Arguably the main quoted guy in heritage, and positively in his day, this huge, immense miniature assortment is full of Oscar Wildes' such a lot infamous and witty sayings. equipped into 5 neat sections worthy for any scenario, this e-book is ideal for both having fun with in small bites or devouring in a single sitting. that includes a biography, prices, a poem and brief tale, it's a should have for Wilde enthusiasts and newcomers alike.

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