Teleny, or The Reverse of the Medal
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Teleny, or The Reverse of the Medal

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Did Oscar Wilde write Teleny? Certainly, it has often been attributed to him, in whole or in part. It is a problem that has exercised bibliographers of "curiosa" since the first plublication of the 1883 edition, limited to 200 copies.

The lush prose of this classic of homosexual love has great similarities with that of The Picture of Dorian Grey. It recounts, in painfully g...more
Paperback, Unexpurgated, 160 pages
Published 1995 by Wordsworth Classics
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Sabina Kundera
I don't think Wilde wrote this. It's too different to his particular style.
Diana Rosa
El final me pareció apresurado, esperaba una conclusión más profunda o alguna revelación sorpresiva y no fue así. Pero la narración y la historia son buenas. Muy poético y con ciertas posturas bastante interesantes.
"¿Qué es la moral sino el prejuicio?"
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