The Canterville Ghost/end matter

THE WORKS of
OSCAR WILDE


The Plays of Oscar Wilde.

In Three Volumes, containing, “Lady Windermere's Fan,” “A Woman of No Importance,” “An Ideal Husband,” “The Importance of Being Earnest,” “Salomé,” “Duchess of Padua,” and “Vera; or The Nihilists.” Cloth, gilt top, 3 vols., boxed, $3.75 net. Vols. I and II, $2.50 net., Vol. III, sold separately, $1.50 net.

Salomé.

Oscar Wilde's remarkable tragedy. A special edition with the original illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley, printed on Japan vellum. Text printed on heavy deckel-edge paper; bound in black cloth with Beardsley design in gold, gilt top. $1.00 net.

Epigrams and Aphorisms, by Oscar Wilde. A complete collection, embracing the entire range of Wilde's prose work, and preserving in concise form the essence of the author's best efforts. Bound in half leather, and printed on heavy deckel-edge paper. $1.50.

The Renaissance of English Art, by Oscar Wilde. An essay on Art and Æestheticism delivered as a lecture during his American tour. Cloth, $0.50 net.

The Ballad of Reading Gaol, by Oscar Wilde. A poem, in which the author rises to a height of poetic expression that has not been surpassed in English during the past fifty years. Cloth, $0.50 net.

The Canterville Ghost, by Oscar Wilde. An amusing chronicle of the tribulations of the Ghost of Canterville Chase, when his ancestral halls became the home of the American minister to the Court of St. James. Rich in humor and satire. Cloth, gilt top, $1.00.


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