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    Oscar Wilde Ö 4 Free read review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö Oscar Wilde Summary De Profundis De Profundis or from the depths is a long letter written by Oscar Wild to Lord Alfred Douglas while he was imprisoned in Reading Goal The letter is Wild's attempt to come to terms with his past present dire circumstances an

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    PDF De Profundis review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö Oscar Wilde Summary De Profundis 1º Acto Uma Parteira Chamada Dor Suffering is really a revelation One discerns things one's never discerned before2º Acto A Roda dos Opostos I turned the good things of my life to evil and the evil things of my life to good3º Acto A Experiência Constrói o Ser To regret one's own experience is to arrest one's own developmentCai o PanoNo fim de tudo o ue há a reter é ue uem trilha o Caminho do Puro Praz

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    PDF De Profundis In the letter Wilde wrote to his friend Robert Ross enclosing this extended essay he finishes with a beautiful image' On the other side of the prison wall there are some poor black soot besmirched trees which are just breaking out into buds of an almost shrill gren I know uite well what they are going through T

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    PDF De Profundis How can a love be so true be so wrong? No erase that Who am I to say that it is wrong?Oscar Wilde 1854–1900 Irish writer poet aesthete and Lord Alfred Douglas 1870 1945 British author poet translator are in love with each other and they are both homosexuals Also Wilde is married to Constance Lloyd 1859 1898 and they have two children Cyril and VyvynDouglas is single at 21 and Wilde 37 married and already a father whe

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De Profundis Free read Å 104 Is is a classic of gay literature Richard Ellmann calls De Profundis a love letterOne of the greatest and the longest ever writtenThis Modern Library Paperback Classics edition contains newly commissioned notes. In the letter Wilde wrote to his friend Robert Ross enclosing this extended essay he finishes with a beautiful image On the other side of the prison wall there are some poor black soot besmirched trees which are just breaking out into buds of an almost shrill gren I know uite well what they are going through They are finding expression These lovely few sentences capture uite marvelously the thrust of this book It is an account of Wilde s re birth from in amidst the degradation and cruel shaming brought about by his arrest and imprisonment From out of the depths of his sorrow and bitterness you see the pushing upwards of a soul seeking to be at rights with himself and the world This is not an essay filled with witticisms or sharp aphorisms but it is as he might have said at another time bejewelled with turns of phrase and ideas which really move His humility and genuine acknowledgement of his own responsibilities does not lessen the sense of heartbreak that you read betwen the lines I grew careless of the lives of others I tok pleasure where it pleased me and passed on I forgot that every little action of the common day makes or unmakes characteri was no longer the captain of my soul and did not know it This book is fascinating because you read Oscar Wilde s journey as he moves to a fuller and freer wisdom and the centrality of his sense of being in posession of his soul his real self It reminded me of that uotation from Edith Wharton in The touchstone where she writes something like we live in our souls as if an unmapped region a small area of which we have cleared for our own habitation Wilde is struggling and succeeding to take posession of and of his mysterious hinterland A journey with an amazingly open and honest guideAt one point he writes of his plans for the next 18 months after his release sadly this was all he was to have before his death but he states that if i may not write beautiful books I may at least read beautiful books and what joy can be greater Oscar I couldn t have said it better myself

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De Profundis Free read Å 104 Written from Wilde's prison cell at Reading Gaol to his friend and lover Lord Alfred Douglas De Profundis explodes the conventions of the traditional love letter and offers a scathing indictment of Douglas's be. Now it seems to me that love of some kind is the only possible explanation of the extraordinary amount of suffering that there is in the world I cannot conceive of any other explanation I am convinced that there is no other and that if the world has indeed as I have said been built of sorrow it has been built by the hands of love because in no other way could the soul of man for whom the world was made reach the full stature of its perfection Pleasure for the beautiful body but pain for the beautiful soul De profundis 1897 De profundis

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De Profundis Free read Å 104 Havior a mournful elegy for Wilde's own lost greatness and an impassioned plea for reconciliation At once a bracingly honest account of ruinous attachment and a profound meditation on human suffering De Profund. De Profundis or from the depths is a long letter written by Oscar Wild to Lord Alfred Douglas while he was imprisoned in Reading Goal The letter is Wild s attempt to come to terms with his past present dire circumstances and the future that he will have to face once released As the name states the letter is an account from the depth from his soul with all honesty Although he holds that he is unjustly convicted he nevertheless admits that he has committed grave errors in the past He is repentant on the superficial life he has had led And he seeks forgiveness and bestows forgiveness of those who he believed wronged him The letter is also a way of releasing his anger bitterness and despair while he struggled to find meaning and purpose for the continuation of his life He admits that he wanted to end it in utter despair But yet he struggles despite his losses he was made bankrupt and he was barred from any contacts with his sons to come to terms with the nature of life which he says is full of sorrow which can be endured only though loveIt was truly sad to read the emotional and mental agonies that such a fine artist had to go through And when he said that he had brought disgrace to the name that his loving parents had bestowed on him my heart broke It is a huge burden one carries with oneself This second time I managed to get hold of the complete letter that was written to Lord Alfred Douglas It gives a better picture of their relationship and how it led to Wilde s ultimate downfall The account was heartbreaking I felt his pain and despair and couldn t help but feel that if only the society and institutions of justice were merciful They didn t punish a man They punished art

  • Paperback
  • 160
  • De Profundis
  • Oscar Wilde
  • English
  • 07 October 2020
  • 9780679783213