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La Fuite de la Lune
Oscar Wilde
October 07, 2018
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LibriVox  volunteers bring you 22 recordings of La Fuite de la Lune by Oscar Wilde. This was the Weekly Poetry project for  September 30, 2018. Read in English by Algy Pug; AidanVox; Boris; Bruce Kachuk; David Lawrence; Foon; fshort; Garth Burton; Greg Giordano; Graham Scott; JAdamSmith; Kate Vaws; Larry Wilson; Lee Ann Howlett; Marinela Cojocaru; StudioMike; NanDodge; Nemo; Phil Schempf; RajVO; Tomas Peter and tovarisch. While at Trinity Collage, Wilde obtained a reputation for clever repartee and keen wit. He affected a superior air in his manners which irritated his fellow undergraduates, so that he once became the object of their practical joking. While at Oxford Wilde made his first essay in public as a writer by contributing several poems to Dublin magazines. - Temple Scott from the Introduction to Poems by Oscar Wilde (1906) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording. For more free audio books or to become a volunteer reader, visit . 

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