Sebastian Melmoth [Oscar Wilde]. London: Arthur L. Humphreys, 1904. First trade edition. Pages, 222. Bound in red half calf with raised bands and decoration to spine. Title page printed in red and black. Contains epigrams and aphorisms from Wilde's writings, along with his essay ‘The Soul of Man.’ After the Wilde's release from Reading Gaol he adopted the nom de plume Sebastian Melmoth, possible derived from Saint Sebastian and the title character in his great-uncle's novel, Melmoth the Wanderer.