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    (Pdf Read) [De Profundis] free read De Profundis At the beginning of 2016 I read an abridged version of De Profundis Alongside with The Importance of Being Earnest The Picture of Dorian Gray and Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime it was one of the first things I read by Oscar Wilde and that made me utterly and irrevocably fall in love with him After finishing the abridged version I dived into an

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    (Pdf Read) [De Profundis] Oscar Wilde ã 3 read free read De Profundis 1º Acto Uma Parteira Chamada Dor Suffering is really a revelation One discerns things one's never discerned before2º Acto A Roda dos Opostos I turned the good things of my life to evil and the evil things of my life to good3º Acto A Experiência Constrói o Ser To regret one's own experience is to arrest one's own developmentCai

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    (Pdf Read) [De Profundis] A piece of beautiful honest philosophical writing that flows from a chastened soulPassages that tug at my heartstrings To regret one's own experiences is to arrest one's own development To deny one's own experiences is to put a lie into the lips of one's own life It is no less than a denial of the soulTruth in art is the unity of

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    (Pdf Read) [De Profundis] In the letter Wilde wrote to his friend Robert Ross enclosing this extended essay he finishes with a beautiful image' On the other side of the prison wall there are some poor black soot besmirched trees which are

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    free download ó eBook or Kindle ePUB ã Oscar Wilde Oscar Wilde ã 3 read (Pdf Read) [De Profundis] How can a love be so true be so wrong? No erase that Who am I to say that it is wrong?Oscar Wilde 1854–1900 Irish writer poet aesthete and Lord Alfred Douglas 1870 1945 British author poet translator are in love with each

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De Profundis

free read De Profundis review De Profundis Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Oscar Wilde ã 3 read S not allowed to send it but took it with him upon release In it he repudiates Lord Alfred for what Wilde finally sees as his arrogance and vanity; he had not forgotten Douglas's remark when he was ill When you ar. When faced with the abyss before you is there only emptiness or is there a new beginningThis is an intensely personal examination of Wilde s journey during incarceration It follows the Stages of Grief and intertwines the religious with art It has some incredible observations that made me examine my own thoughts and assumptions But it is a very unimaginative nature that only cares for people on their pedestals A pedestal may be a very unreal thing A pillory is a terrific reality They should have known also how to interpret sorrow better I have said that behind sorrow there is always sorrow It were wiser still to say that behind sorrow there is always a soul And to mock at a soul in pain is a dreadful thing In the strangely simple economy of the world people only get what they give and to those who have not enough imagination to penetrate the mere outward of things and feel pity what pity can be given save that of scorn

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free read De Profundis review De Profundis Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Oscar Wilde ã 3 read E not on your pedestal you are not interesting He also felt redemption and fulfillment in his ordeal realizing that his hardship had filled the soul with the fruit of experience however bitter it tasted at the tim. A piece of beautiful honest philosophical writing that flows from a chastened soulPassages that tug at my heartstrings To regret one s own experiences is to arrest one s own development To deny one s own experiences is to put a lie into the lips of one s own life It is no less than a denial of the soulTruth in art is the unity of a thing with itself the outward rendered expressive of the inward the soul made incarnate the body instinct with spiritNow it seems to me that love of some kind is the only possible explanation of the extraordinary amount of suffering that there is in the world I cannot conceive of any other explanation I am convinced that there is no other and that if the world has indeed as I have said been built of sorrow it has been built by the hands of love because in no other way could the soul of man for whom the world was made reach the full stature of its perfection Pleasure for the beautiful body but pain for the beautiful soulTime and space succession and extension are merely accidental conditions of thought the imagination can transcend them and move in a free sphere of ideal existences Things also are in their essence of what we choose to make them a thing is according to the mode in which we look at it

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free read De Profundis review De Profundis Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Oscar Wilde ã 3 read De Profundis Latin from the depths is a 50000 word letter written by Oscar Wilde during his imprisonment in Reading Gaol to Lord Alfred Douglas his loverWilde wrote the letter between January and March 1897; he wa. At the beginning of 2016 I read an abridged version of De Profundis Alongside with The Importance of Being Earnest The Picture of Dorian Gray and Lord Arthur Savile s Crime it was one of the first things I read by Oscar Wilde and that made me utterly and irrevocably fall in love with him After finishing the abridged version I dived into an extensive research on Oscar and uncovered the injustices he had to face during his lifetime So the abridged version of this letter solidified him as my trash child and I ll forever be grateful for thatSo I m even excited that over two years later I finally got around to reading the full letter and let me tell you the tea is scalding hot in that one Whilst the abridged version omitted almost all passages in which Oscar called out Bosie and his lowly ways the full version has it all So many accusations so many insults so much grief so much heartbreak Even though Oscar claims it isn t so this letter is essentially a love letter Oscar claims that Bosie means nothing to him that he has finally managed to break away oh my darling child between the lines it s so obvious how hurt how fucking hurt Oscar was that Bosie ignored him during his imprisonment Oscar desperately wanted to receive letters from Bosie be visited by him have his affection and love and when after two years he didn t hear or see anything he fucking snapped I have said that behind sorrow there is always sorrow It were wiser still to say that behind sorrow there is always a soul And to mock at a soul in pain is a dreadful thing De Profundis is not fun to read It is absolutely heartbreaking It s a demonstration of Oscar at his low point you see the man for who he is in the realest and rawest fashion no mask to hide behind no wit and snark to conceal his vulnerability The letter is deeply personal and makes you feel like a perverted intruder or voyeur These words weren t meant for us but as the man for whom they were decided never to read them seriously fuck you Bosie I think Oscar wouldn t feel so bad about the public having a share in his suffering and feeling with and for himOscar and Bosie s love story is a tragic one Not just due to the confinements of Victorian England that rendered homosexual relationships as indecent and gross also because the two of them in my frank judgement didn t belong together Their relationship was bound to be fucked up Oscar saw in Bosie the man he always wanted to be young beautiful rich admired he was unable to see Bosie for who he really was due to his idealisation of him And Bosie sought in Oscar well a man that could provide for him financially and socially Bosie loved the spotlight he loved being at the side of a man who was hailed and celebrated all over the country As soon as Oscar s success dissolved he no longer served a purpose for Bosie This is not a tale of star crossed lovers It s a tale of two men who were bound to destroy one another In De Profundis Oscar truthfully details their history and how he tried and continuously failed to cut off his ties to Bosie Oscar needed Bosie He couldn t let him go The uestion arises whether Oscar finally needed to destroy himself Oscar was way ahead of his time that becomes even clear when you take into consideration that he is celebrated than ever in the 21st century Just a few years back the ueen pardoned him for his crimes Apart from its subject matter De Profundis is incredibly well written I honestly cannot imagine Oscar sitting down in his cell for months on end and coming up with such brilliancy He famously states in that letter I once a lord of language have no words in which to express my anguish and my shame Oh honey don t lie the words are at your disposal as they always were Oscar manages to be brutally honest yet endearing in his appeal He compares himself to his own creations Dorian Gray in particular Both took pleasure where it pleases me and passed on Oscar is disgusted by his former self his hedonism Or at least he claims he isThe thing that fucks me up the most about this letter is that it just shows the paradoxical nature of Oscar and how he ultimately failed and didn t fail to change his ways Let me elaborate I genuinely think that Oscar became a better person after his imprisonment He finally managed to see the faults in his excessive ways and that he basically didn t give a shit about anyone apart from himself prior to 1895 I mean I could go on a tangent about how he mistreated his wife and how Constance deserved so much better but we don t have the time After De Profundis the only other two works that he published were Two Letters to the Daily Chronicle in which he expressed his concern of the treatment of children in prisons and The Ballad of Reading Goal another appeal for the reform of conditions in British prisons Both works show Oscar s gain of empathy and that he was finally trying to do some good However if you look at the bare facts of how he chose to lead his life after his release I cannot help but shake my head Whilst he claims in his letter that he ll refuse to see Bosie again with the exception of one meeting in which he ll pick up some of his stuff from him one of the first things he did after his release was going on a long vacation with him Ignoring Robbie Ross and all of the other people who actually stood by his side during his imprisonment he ran back to Bosie as if it were nothing Their liaison was cut off by threats of cutting off their money Both of them parted for a final time And even though Oscar trashes greedy rich people in his letter and reminds people to appreciate less as he spent his salary of 150 pounds a year that he got from family and friends on booze and prostitutes Of course I understand that his fall from grace fucked him up real good and he couldn t make his exile in Paris a true home for him and needed coping mechanism for all of his fatal losses lack of status no money Bosie gone Constance dead Society takes it upon itself the right to inflict appalling punishment on the individual but it also has the supreme vice of shallowness and fails to realise what it has done When the man s punishment is over it leaves him to himself that is to say it abandons him at the very moment when its highest duty towards him begins Oscar knew that society as we have constituted it will have no place for me has none to offer nonetheless I can t help but think that Oscar was definitely not a person who practiced what he preached He ll be forever my trash son don t get me wrong but when you look at his life after his imprisonment he didn t follow through with his resolutions from De ProfundisThe one thing that legit could make me cry for days is the fact that in his letter Oscar still had so much hope for the future for him as an artist he wanted to create He genuinely thought he would write again The fact that he only managed to publish one narrative poem within the three years that he had left of his life makes me incredibly sad It s one of the reasons why I appreciate Reading Goal so much it ll forever be my favourite work of hisFor anyone who is interested in Oscar not just an artist but as a person De Profundis is an essential read It gives you a uniue insight into his mind and how he coped with his fall from grace In it he claims that Bosie kept him from being creative that he didn t finish anything during his time at his side ie the unfinished A Florentine Tragedy or La Sainte Courtisane His words are vicious and ruthless He wrote certain passages simply to hurt Bosie to finally evoke a reaction from him It s a testimony of their toxic relationship at the end of their time together both of them were left drained and hollow yet couldn t stay away from one another Most people are other people Their thoughts are some one else s opinions their lives a mimicry their passions a uotation It s a horrible letter really and yet the most beautiful and important thing Oscar has ever written We finally see the man behind his mask Oscar behind his constructed facade

  • Paperback
  • 70
  • De Profundis
  • Oscar Wilde
  • Hungarian
  • 10 April 2019
  • 9781604443196