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"I needs to die as I lived, past my means." Arguably the main quoted guy in heritage, and definitely in his day, this huge, immense miniature assortment is full of Oscar Wildes' so much infamous and witty sayings. prepared into 5 neat sections priceless for any scenario, this booklet is ideal for both having fun with in small bites or devouring in a single sitting. that includes a biography, prices, a poem and brief tale, it's a should have for Wilde fans and beginners alike.

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