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Intentions.

by WILDE, Oscar

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Methuen, London., 1921. Eighth edition. F'cap octavo. pp [viii], 263. Comprises: The Decay of Lying; Pen, Pencil, and Poison; The Critic as Artist; The Truth of Masks.Slight bruise at head of spine. Edges slightly spotted. Near fine. No dustwrapper.



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