Memories of Trinity Days

  • Horace Wilkins

Abstract

‘Wilde was a queer, awkward lad’ — a lad ‘who hardly ever made a step he didn’t knock something over. He was big, ungainly and clumsy to such a degree that it made him a laughing stock. But those who made fun of Wilde did not know him. He was a big-hearted, liberal fellow, who never did a mean, underhanded thing, and his last shilling was at anybody’s disposal.’

Keywords

Ghost Hate 

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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1979

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  • Horace Wilkins

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