Feb 7, 2012

Essay by Oscar Wilde

The following is, to my thinking, the best of Oscar Wilde's writings, where his intellect climbs a step higher than the sardonic moral protests of his witty plays or the sentimental and teenagerish worship of aesthetics in his stories:
It is titled, "The Soul of Man", an essay in startling contrast with the mountains of modern misfits insightlessly mouthing on political systems.

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