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Thu Feb 12 22:12:36 2015 UTClccn-n500276980.21The God of mirrors : a novel /0.560.94The Pongo papers and the duke of Berwick,51732803Lord_Alfred_Douglasn 5002769863081Belgian Hare.Belgian Hare 1870-1945Douglas, AlfredDouglas Alfred 1870-1945Douglas, Alfred 1870-1945 LordDouglas, Alfred BruceDouglas, Alfred Bruce 1870-1945 LordDouglas, Alfred Bruce, Lord, 1870-1945Douglas, Alfred LordDouglas, Alfred, Lord, 1870-1945Douglas, Bosie.Douglas, Bosie 1870-1945lccn-n79042038Wilde, Oscar1854-1900autlccn-n82090881Salome(Biblical figure)lccn-n79006533Shaw, Bernard1856-1950autlccn-n50024951Harris, Frank1856-1931autlccn-n80036714Beardsley, Aubrey1872-1898lccn-n50030377Eccles, Mary Hydelccn-n00024858Murray, Douglas1979-autlccn-n50030373Hyde, H. Montgomery(Harford Montgomery)1907-1989autlccn-n85236390Reilly, Robertautlccn-n79096858Bentley, Eric1916-autDouglas, Alfred Bruce1870-1945DramaBiographyRecords and correspondenceMusical settingsCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryMusicArtSourcesHistoryAuthors, IrishOperasPoets, EnglishEngland--ReadingPrisonersWilde, Oscar,Man-woman relationshipsSufferingGriefEnglandAuthorsGay menGreat BritainPrisoners' writings, EnglishDramatists, IrishIrelandEnglish poetryAuthors, Irish--BiographySonnets, EnglishPrisonsEnglish literatureBelief and doubtNobilityScotlandAuthors, EnglishDouglas, Alfred Bruce,Germany--SwabiaHamlet (Legendary character)Correspondence (Wilde, Oscar)Sonnets (Shakespeare, William)Butler, Samuel,ImprisonmentLiteratureDramaFamiliesDouglas familyAuthors, English--Family relationshipsFriendshipNonsense versesShaw, Bernard,Authors' spousesVerse satireVerse satire, EnglishHumorous poetry, EnglishEnglish dramaOne-act playsOperas--ExcerptsLive sound recordingsEnglish prose literatureLyric poetry1870194518721874187818791880188318841887188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190219041905190619071908190919111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511954195619581960196119621963196419651966196719691970197119731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112013201415379374865822.8PR5818ocn000098514ocn001309617ocn021671947ocn000843089ocn002056358ocn000559283ocn002330925ocn038692383ocn005651158ocn004820599ocn000927996ocn021327540ocn001253515ocn007635649ocn015720940ocn025939743ocn015970475ocn662162585ocn767351242ocn083790902ocn047668664ocn795691922ocn460568344155233ocn000619976book18940.47Wilde, OscarSalomeArtFictionDramaAfter Salome dances for the king, she asks for the head of John the Baptist for her mother+-+458367139572020ocn008387886book19820.39Shaw, BernardBernard Shaw and Alfred Douglas, a correspondenceBiographyRecords and correspondence57818ocn000545952book19300.54Harris, FrankOscar Wilde : including My memories of Oscar WildeBiographyBiografie van Oscar Wilde46935ocn000843089book19140.67Douglas, Alfred BruceOscar Wilde; a summing-upCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyKleine biografie over Wilde, geschreven aan het einde van Douglas' leven35811ocn000098514book19330.67Douglas, Alfred BruceThe true history of Shakespeare's sonnetsCriticism, interpretation, etcLargely a discussion of Butler's "Shakespeare's sonnets reconsidered, and in part rearranged"; the present author adopts with few exceptions Butler's arrangement and also identifies the W.H. of the sonnets with William Hughes or Hewes30519ocn001309617book19140.77Douglas, Alfred BruceOscar Wilde and myselfBiography2952ocn001813589book19380.60Stokes, LeslieOscar Wilde : a playDrama26715ocn000559283book19190.74Douglas, Alfred BruceThe collected poems of Lord Alfred Douglas2513ocn001251174book19370.70Sherard, Robert HarboroughBernard Shaw, Frank Harris & Oscar WildeCriticism, interpretation, etc24421ocn000619775book18990.87Douglas, Alfred BruceThe city of the soul+-+96962290363242117ocn038692383book19260.85Douglas, Alfred BruceThe collected satires of Lord Alfred Douglas19415ocn000620370book19090.87Douglas, Alfred BruceSonnets17713ocn002010624book19250.89Harris, FrankNew preface to "The life and confessions of Oscar Wilde,"Criticism, interpretation, etcBiography1697ocn021671947book19280.90Douglas, Alfred Bruce"Two loves" & other poems : a selection+-+16681971451638ocn000845394book19250.85Douglas, Alfred BruceThe Duke of Berwick, and other rhymes1291ocn021327540rcrd19890.47Strauss, RichardSalomeMusical settingsMusicDramaLive sound recordingsThis performance presents the great Leonie Rysanek in one of her most memorable roles--the teenage Judean princess Salome. Obsessed with the prophet Jochanaan, the Biblical John the Baptist (Norman Bailey), she skillfully manipulates her lecherous stepfather Herod (Ragnar Ulfung) until he has no choice but to have the holy man killed for spurning the princess's advances. The legendary Astrid Varnay is Salome's mother, Herodias. Highlights of the score include the Dance of the Seven Veils and Salome's final monologue, one of the supreme dramatic achievements in all of opera954ocn000368929book19070.94Douglas, Alfred BruceThe Pongo papers and the duke of Berwick935ocn000619782book19240.94Douglas, Alfred BruceIn excelsis905ocn000684727book19370.89Douglas, Alfred BruceWithout apologyBiography865ocn003209170book19350.90Douglas, Alfred BruceLyrics6856ocn043562019book20000.28Murray, DouglasBosie : a biography of Lord Alfred DouglasBiographyLord Alfred Douglas, or "Bosie" as he was known, is destined to be remembered as the lover of Oscar Wilde. Dissolute, wellborn, and beautiful as a young man, his role in the events that led to Oscar Wilde's trial and imprisonment determined the strange celebrity that haunted him until his death. Biographies of Wilde generally give only a cursory account of what happened to Douglas after Wilde's death, but Bosie recounts the full and absorbing story of his complex life. A successful though now obscure poet, he renounced homosexuality after converting to Roman Catholicism and embarked on an ill-fated marriage to Olive Custance. Lord Alfred's time was largely consumed by his growing interest in religion and costly feuds -- he was imprisoned for libeling Winston Churchill -- and he died a neglected and lonely figure in 1945. - Jacket flap+-+08011313255825ocn000531902book19630.50Bruce, LeoBosie, Lord Alfred Douglas, his friends and enemiesBiography5482ocn012669312book19860.21Reilly, RobertThe God of mirrors : a novelFictionA richly textured, passionate portrait of the relationship between Oscar Wilde and Lord Alfred Douglas and its tragic repercussions is set against the decadent, vital world of 1890's London and Paris5473ocn011917080book19840.35Hyde, H. MontgomeryLord Alfred Douglas : a biographyBiographyLevensbeschrijving van de Engelse dichter Alfred Bruce Douglas (1870-1945),die bevriend was met Oscar Fingall O'Flahertie Wills Wilde (1854-1900)5194ocn038602383book19980.39Hare, DavidThe Judas kissFictionDramaDavid Hare presents his powerful interpretation of Oscar Wilde's relationship with Lord Alfred Douglas+-+77208675354049ocn000092488book19290.67Douglas, Alfred BruceThe autobiography of Lord Alfred DouglasBiography3343ocn813392788book20130.30Stratmann, LindaThe Marquess of Queensberry : Wilde's nemesisBiographyTrials, litigation, etcThe Marquess of Queensberry is as famous for his role in the downfall of one of our greatest literary geniuses as he was for helping establish the rules for modern day boxing. The trial and two year imprisonment of Oscar Wilde, lover of Queensberry's son, Lord Alfred Douglas, remains one of literary history's great tragedies. However, Linda Stratmann's riveting biography of the Marquess paints a far more complex picture by drawing on new sources and unpublished letters3285ocn000456880book19050.60Wilde, OscarDe profundis : being the first complete and accurate version of Epistola: in carcere et vinculis, the last prose work in English of Oscar WildePoetryRecords and correspondenceDe gevangenisbrieven van O. Wilde30219ocn044016373book19050.35Wilde, OscarDe ProfundisHistoryBiographyTrials, litigation, etcPoetrySourcesRecords and correspondenceWhile imprisoned, Wilde wrote this long letter of recrimination to his lover, Lord Alfred Douglas. It offers fascinating insights into Wilde's life in prison and the background and psychology of a notorious affair+-+56783242152905ocn062533092book20060.33Wintermans, CasparAlfred Douglas : a poet's life and his finest workBiography+-+05276157252523ocn012172213book19850.74Bentley, EricMonstrous martyrdoms : 3 playsDrama""The road will be red with monstrous martyrdoms, but we will win!" Oscar Wilde, who figures prominently in Eric Bentley's play Lord Alfred's Lover, wrote these words at the end of the nineteenth century after serving two years of hard labor for the crime of being homosexual." "Other kinds of passionate martyrdom are portrayed in the other two plays in this collection. H for Hamlet is a variation on Pirandello's theme of madness in Enrico IV. In Bentley's version, the protagonist believes he is Hamlet, but, to use Marianne Moore's words in a different context, there was a real toad in the imaginary garden - a martyr of sorts." "German Requiem is a variation on Heinrich von Kleist's The Schroffenstein Family (which itself is a variation on Romeo and Juliet) tells the tale of two lovers caught in internecine strife that is both timeless and timely."--BOOK JACKET+-+51357656352303ocn002691680book19480.70Freeman, WilliamThe life of Lord Alfred Douglas, spoilt child of genius2244ocn000645512book19630.67Croft-Cooke, RupertBosie : the story of Lord Alfred Douglas, his friends and enemiesBiografie van Lord Alfred Douglas door de een kwart eeuw lang met hem bevriende Croft-Cooke2136ocn000819123book19490.74Queensberry, Francis Archibald Kelhead DouglasOscar Wilde and the Black DouglasBiography1682ocn008206085book19810.47Roberts, BrianThe mad bad line : the family of Lord Alfred DouglasBiography1664ocn053846692book20010.60Fisher, TrevorOscar and Bosie : a fatal passionBiography+-+24097450253241502ocn004355165book19770.74Mazumdar, MaximOscar rememberedDrama1493ocn007542092book19810.80Bentley, EricLord Alfred's lover : a playFictionDramaThis play is about the tumultuous relationship between Oscar Wilde and Alfred Douglas. In the play, Bentley's most autobiographical work, the climax occurs when Wilde says, 'Posing as a sodomite'--the fateful phrase is libel now. I do not pose as a sodomite. I am a sodomite1372ocn038112989book19970.87Kilroy, ThomasThe secret fall of Constance WildeDrama+-+98460870361192ocn052214644book20070.77Bentley, EricMonstrous martyrdoms : three playsDrama"The road will be red with monstrous martyrdoms, but we shall win." Oscar Wilde wrote these words at the end of the nineteenth century after serving two years at hard labor for the crime of being homosexual. This modern martyrdom is the subject of Lord Alfred's Lover, Eric Bentley's Brechtian dramatization of Wilde's last days. H for Hamlet is another variation on the modern martyr play, this time in homage to Pirandello. The protagonist thinks, or once thought, he was Hamlet. Fantasy? Perhaps. But, to paraphrase Marianne Moore, there was a real toad in the imaginary garden--a real martyr in the toy theatre. In German Requiem, Bentley takes inspiration from Heinrich von Kleist's play The Schroffenstein Family, which in turn is a version of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The young star-crossed lovers in his play are martyrs of an internecine conflict much like those seen in recent history in Ireland and the Middle East+-+5135765635+-+4583671395+-+4583671395Fri Feb 13 11:18:16 EST 2015batch37631