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Photograph of Imaginary Portrait of the Editor of W[aif]s & S[tray]s [with rejected writings by Oscar Wilde, Lord Tennyson, Robert Browning, William Morris, Matthew Arnold and Andrew Lang in bin and on floor] [Editor with laurel crown, long hair with shocked expression;Tennyson in background, a room with flowery decorations. Note: Waifs and Strays was an Oxford poetry magazine, published by Thomas Shrimpton & Son, 1879-82, reflecting especially the vogue for aestheticism; the magazine published Oscar Wilde's poem 'Easter Day' for the first time in the very first issue] [John Johnson 712] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ., [c.1880]

G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 721

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G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 721

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