Works Cited

Key to Reference Abbreviations

Britannica = New Encyclopaedia Britannica
CDD = Cassell's Domestic Dictionary
Cookery = Cassell's Dictionary of Cookery
= Wilde, Complete Shorter Fiction
= Wilde, Complete Works
= Wilde, First Collected Edition
HTC = Harvard Theatre Collection

L.C. = Lord Chamberlain Documents
Letters = The Letters of Oscar Wilde
CBEL = New Cambridge Bibliography
OCD = Oxford Classical Dictionary
OED = Oxford English Dictionary
Shaw, Our Theatres in the Nineties

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