In Praise of Oscar Wilde
Arthur Newman Free Review
Crime, Darwinism, Force, Morality
Oscar F O W Wilde
Newman's article claims that 'Looked at philosophically, the criminal is really an object for admiration. He represents a variation from the ordinary type; and variation implies excess of organic force'.
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