Tuesday, September 4, 2012

A Study Of Oscar Wilde (1912) By Walter Winston Kenilworth

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The Angel of Death has already come and gone for the personality of Oscar Wilde some years since, but it has not, nor can it touch the immortality of his thought or of his soul. These are eternal, joyous off-shootings of the Soul of God. Earthly judgment may praise or censure the man of whom this is written, but it cannot interfere with the judgment of Him who wots of poets' ways even, verily, as His Very Own. And in the fulfill- ment of things it has come to pass that the present generation sanctions the greatness and the wisdom of Oscar Wilde, whom his own generation failed to understand. Now he is seen to have been the philosopher throughout, under the happy disguise of the dramatist, the artist and the satirist.

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