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Written in 1910 and privately published in New York in 1916, Harris's 'Oscar Wilde: His Life and Confessions' gained almost instant notoriety. Attacked by critics for its extravagant inventions, vigorously defended by George Bernard Shaw and hauled into court for libel by Wilde's friend and lover Lord Alfred Douglas, Harris's biography was published in England only in 1938. Harris never shies away from enlarging upon his roles as Wilde's defender, adviser and sometime friend. Vivid and well-paced, Harris provides as near as one gets in biography to a page-turner. 369 page paperback.

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