The Life of Oscar Wilde. With a full reprint of the famous revolutionary article 'Jacta Alea Est,' Which was written by Jane Francesca Elgee, who afterwards became the mother of Oscar Wilde, and an additional chapter contributed by one of the Prison Warders, who held this unhappy man in Gaol. Illustrated with Portraits, Letters, and other Documents. London: Werner, 1906. First Edition. Ppxvi, 470. Blue cloth boards, in publisher's dust jacket. Jacket lightly worn, otherwise a near fine copy.
Robert Ross, Wilde's literary executor wrote of this book: "It is admirably done, and Sherard has overcome great difficulties with unusual tact and discretion."