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The Letters of Oscar Wilde (1962)
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    Inventing Oscar, An Unsolved Mystery (Review)
    The Letters of Oscar Wilde, by Rupert Hart-Davis and Oscar Wilde
    1. The Letters of Oscar Wilde by Rupert Hart-Davis and Oscar Wilde
    The Hudson Review, Winter 1962, pp. 620-622
  2. Books and the Arts
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    The Aspiring Dolphin (Review)
    The Letters of Oscar Wilde, by Rupert Hart-Davis and Oscar Wilde
    1. The Letters of Oscar Wilde by Rupert Hart-Davis and Oscar Wilde
    The Nation, November 3, 1962, p. 290
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    Oscariana (Review)
    The Letters of Oscar Wilde, by Rupert Hart-Davis and Oscar Wilde
    1. The Letters of Oscar Wilde by Rupert Hart-Davis and Oscar Wilde
    National Review, January 15, 1963, p. 30
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    Correspondence de Profundis (Review)
    The Letters of Oscar Wilde, by Rupert Hart-Davis and Oscar Wilde
    1. The Letters of Oscar Wilde by Rupert Hart-Davis and Oscar Wilde
    The Saturday Review, October 20, 1962, p. 26
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    The Critics Go to the Poll (7 Reviews)
    Silent Spring, by Rachel Carson
    1. Silent Spring by Rachel Carson
    2. The Thin Red Line by James Jones
    3. A Shade of Difference by Allen Drury
    4. More Lives Than One by Joseph Wood Krutch
    5. Mark Twain: Letters from the Earth by Bernard De Voto and Mark Twain
    6. The Letters of Oscar Wilde by Rupert Hart-Davis and Oscar Wilde
    7. Images of Truth by Glenway Wescott
    The Saturday Review, October 6, 1962, p. 24
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    The Literary Sampler (9 Reviews)
    Excerpts from New and Forthcoming Books
    1. The Letters of Oscar Wilde by Rupert Hart-Davis and Oscar Wilde
    2. The City Dwellers by William K. Zinsser
    3. World Without Want by Paul G. Hoffman
    4. The Dreams and the Dreamers by Hollis Alpert
    5. Three-Upmanship by Stephen Potter
    6. The Warfare State by Fred J. Cook
    7. The Antagonists by Mervyn Jones
    8. The Essential Gandhi by Louis Fischer and Mohandas Gandhi
    9. Noah's Ark, Tourist Class by Ephraim Kishon
    The Saturday Review, October 6, 1962, p. 25