Brilliant, flamboyant and unconventional, Oscar Wilde was one of the great figures of the 1880s and 1890s, attracting both admiration and outrage in equal measure. His novel, "The Picture of Dorian Gray", greeted on publication by a protest at its "immoral" subject matter, is an ominous and fascinating story. Also included are the elegant, sparklingly witty dramas for which Wilde is best known, such as "The Importance of Being Earnest" and "Lady Windemere's Fan". In addition, this volume gathers together all his poetry; his delightful collection of fairy tales, "The Happy Prince" and Other Stories and his witty, sophisticated stories such as "Lord Arthur Saviles Crime". This exclusive edition contains Oscar Wilde's complete stories, plays and poems, together with their original illustrations.