Oscar Wilde’s Last Stand: Decadence, Conspiracy and the First World War

👤 Simon Matthews  
  Book review
Philip Hoare, Duckworth Press, London, 1997, £16.99 The opening of MI5’s archives up to and including 1919 gives historians and researchers the chance to exhume the genesis of the right in British domestic politics as well as the early activities of the secret state. Despite its title (Oscar died in 1900) Hoare dips quite a ... Read more
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