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The City of the Soul, 1899

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Summer; Autumn; Harmonie du Soir; Le Balcon; Perkin Warbeck; The Garden of Death; The Sphynx; To Shakespeare; A Summer Storm; Amoris Vincula; In Sarum Close; Impression de nuit; A Song; To L.; In Winter; Plainte Eternelle; In Summer; Night coming into a Garden; Night going out of a Garden
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Unknown Binding, 128 pages
Published January 1st 1996 by Woodstock Books
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Jun 17, 2014 Rickard rated it it was amazing
This is "Bosies", the lover of Oscar Wilde, first book of poetry written in 1899. It contains some really beautiful Poems, worth to reda.
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Lord Alfred Bruce Douglas was an British author, poet and translator, better known as the intimate friend and lover of the writer Oscar Wilde. Much of his early poetry was Uranian in theme, though he tended, later in life, to distance himself from both Wilde's influence and his own role as a Uranian poet.
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