Oscar Wilde's wit and meaning is at its best in this ghost story, considered by many the best ever written. Wilde's dialogue lends himself to narration because of his quick wit and delivery. Here he presents a traditional English ghost that Americans refuse to accept, but both parties finally work together to end the controversy. One of the great short stories of all time.
Public Domain (P)2012 Deaver Brown
Akward, hesitant. Reading words, not a story
Oscar Wilde is so amusing and fun. Deserves a better performance.
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