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A big letters by Oscar Wilde to his lover and partner ‘Bosie’ or Lord Alfred Douglas during his imprisonment at Reading Gaol for sodomy and “indecency”, the book was originally published five years after his death in 1900. He never got to send the letter, but in a publication we get to read primarily about his relationship with Douglas and later his finding of spirituality and Christ.
What makes this book stand out?
Being one of the only few non-fictions of Wilde and that too, of personal nature.
Read it for
It is a heartfelt narration of the great author’s true mind, without the masquerade of fiction.
Don't read it for
If you are homophobic.