Bernard Shaw, Frank Harris & Oscar Wilde

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CONTENTS
PREFACE (BY LORD ALFRED DOUGLAS) xi
i. THE RAISON D'ETRE OF THIS BOOK I
ii. THE ROMANCE OF THE "WILDE ROSE" II
iii.
EXALTED DUPES OF LITERARY IMPOSTURES 25
iv.
OSCAR ON THE PICTURES 38
v.
THE MAN AND THE BOOK 50
vi.
SIR FRANK BENSON TO THE RESCUE 61
vii.
DID SHAW MEAN "VIPER"? 77
viii.
"WILDE ATS. WHISTLER (HARRIS INTERVENING)" 89
ix.
0. HENRY? OH! HARRIS102
x.
HARRIS'S "MANY INVENTIONS" 114
xi.
A POSTSCRIPT TO THACKERAY 128
xii.
THE MEANDERINGS OF MÜNCHAUSEN 150
xiii.
The Flying Dutchman AT ERITH 172
xiv.
WHERE "FAKIR" BOLTS 187
xv.
FRANK HARRIS AND De Profundis202
xvi.
HARRIS'S FALSETTO TOP-NOTE 217
xvii.
"A GREAT ROMANTIC PASSION" 235
xviii.
HOW FRANK PUT OSCAR IN EASY STREET 251
xix.
THE ACE UP MY SLEEVE 266
xx.
A FACER FOR SHAW279
xxi. PHARAOH HARDENS HIS HEART (BY HUGH KINGSMILL) 290
INDEX 295

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