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The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde

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The Canterville Ghost
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Publisher: The Court and Society Review
ISBN/ASIN: 1440424772
Number of pages: 42

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Oscar Wilde was a major celebrity in the late Victorian era. He was a playwright, novelist, poet, and short story writer. Wilde spent two years in a hard labor prison after being convicted of gross indecency. The Canterville Ghost is a novella parody featuring an ambassador and a spirit. The ambassador moves his family into a castle, which is known to be haunted.

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