Oscar Wilde's Devoted FriendBook - 2000
In a compelling narrative of moral courage and personal integrity, this biography tells the story of Robert Baldwin Ross, the man who first seduced Oscar Wilde and never wavered in his loyalty to the flamboyant wit and playwright. Unfailingly, Ross stood by Wilde through the scandals that shocked a nation, through his much-publicized trials and imprisonment, at his deathbed in Paris-and thereafter dedicated himself to defending the reputation of his famous friend.
Publisher: New York, NY : Carroll & Graf, 2000
Edition: First Carroll and Graf edition
Branch Call Number: B R7338F 2000
Characteristics: ix, 278 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm