By E. H. Mikhail
Those books repair the genuine point of view of Wilde's occupation, revive the conversationalist, and re-create him in the beginning as a genial wit and slapstick comedian. They comprise all understand interviews Wilde gave, in addition to the memories of these who knew him.
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Do you think we are talking about finance? 282 OSCAR WILDE INTERVIEWS AND RECOLLECTIONS Wilde: I do not think you know what you are talking about. Carson: Don't you? Well, I hope I shall make myselfvery plain before I have done. ' Have you ever been jealous of a young man? Wilde: Never in my life. ' Did you ever have that feeling? Wilde: No; I should consider it an intense nuisance, an intense bore. ' Why should you grow afraid that the world should know of it? Wilde: Because there are people in the world who cannot understand the intense devotion, affection and admiration that an artist can feel for a wonderful and beautiful personality.
3; 'Queensberry-Wilde Case', Daily Telegraph (London), (6 Apr 1895) p. 3; 'Wilde Case', The Star (London), (I9 Apr-1 May 1895); 'The Wilde-Queensberry Libel Case', Westminster Gazette (London), 3 Apr7 May 1895); and 'Central Criminal Court', The Times (London), (6 Apr-27 May 1895). 2. After Wilde had obtained a warrant for the arrest of Queens berry, he and Douglas went to Monte Carlo for a short holiday. THE TRIALS 279 The Trials* Hesketh Pearson Wilde's novel 1 did him a great deal of harm. Hating the book, especially when they had not read it, people hated the author, and the journalists almost to a man were thenceforward among his bitterest enemies.
Oscar Wilde had to pay for the perversion of his genius 1 in bitter agony and bloody sweat. I knew him as a charming companion from whose lips I never heard fall anything but the most delightful sentiments and the finest thoughts. ' Innumerable are the witticisms of which he was the father. What could be more delightful than his remark to the gushing female admirer who, shaking him warmly by the hand, said: 'Oh, but Mr. Wilde, don't you remember me? ' 'I've got it, and I'm glad I have it,' said the manager.
Oscar Wilde: Interviews and Recollections Volume 2 by E. H. Mikhail