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TRULY WILDE: The Unsettling Story Of Dolly Wilde, Oscar's Unusual Niece by  Joan Schenkar - First  American Edition, First Thus - 2000 - from 100 POCKETS and Biblio.com

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TRULY WILDE: The Unsettling Story Of Dolly Wilde, Oscar's Unusual Niece

by Schenkar, Joan

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New York, NY: Basic Books/Perseus, 2000. BRAND NEW COPY w/Remainder Mark to lower tect bloack. First American Edition. Biography of vibrant, Anglo-Irish socialite, celebrated for charrm, wit & humour Dolly Wilde (born, Dorothy Ierne Wilde, 1895 - 1941), ambulance driver in World War I, and, neice of Irish playwright, novelist, essayist, and poet Oscar Wilde (1854 - 1900). . First American Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. NEAR FINE/New.


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