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The book, "The Portrait of Mr. W. H." was written by Oscar Wilde to express his fascination with the character of Shakespeare. Referring to different sonnets by Shakespeare and alluding to dominant characters of his play, he explains how one Mr. William Hughes, a young actor of Victorian Era, governs all aspects of his creations. Insightful!
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