By E. H. Mikhail
Those books repair the real point of view of Wilde's occupation, revive the conversationalist, and re-create him at the start as a genial wit and stand-up comedian. They comprise all be aware of interviews Wilde gave, in addition to the reminiscences of these who knew him.
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II My friendship with Wilde was literary in its beginnings. Flattered vanity on my part possibly contributed not a little to it, for when I was a young and -if that be possible- a more obscure man even than I am now, Wilde, already famous, was one of the very first to speak an encouraging word. Here is the first letter I received from him: I6 TITE STREET, CHELSEA. DEAR MR. KERNAHAN, If you have nothing todoon Wednesday, will you come and dine at the Hotel de Florence, Rupert Street, at 7-45- morning dress, and chianti yellow or red!
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. 2 In the Queensberry case it was used in evidence against him, and there are no more instructive passages in forensic records than his cross-examination on the subject by Edward Carson, 3 a contemporary of his at Trinity College, Dublin. Carson: You are of opinion, I believe, that there is no such thing as an immoral book?
It was the publication of Dorian Grey which precipitated matters, and not long after this work made its appearance I found Wilde a frequent visitor to one of my clubs. He was a sort of god in a circle composed of young men newly down from the Universities. Two of these young men were sons of two of my personal friends. They had not known Wilde for long and one had indeed introduced Wilde to the family circle. I took the risk of warning both boys of their dangerous situation. Both resented the interference and I think both mentioned it to Wilde.