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Percival Wilde

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Occupation  playwright, writer
Role  Author
Nationality  American
Education  Columbia University
Notable works  Inquest (1938)
Movies  The Woman in Room 13
Name  Percival Wilde

Percival Wilde
Born  March 1, 1887 New York City (1887-03-01)
Genre  Detective fiction, Comedy
Died  September 19, 1953, New York City, New York, United States
Books  Finger of God, Confessional and Other American Plays
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Percival Wilde (New York City, March 1, 1887 – September 19, 1953) was an American author and playwright who wrote novels and numerous short stories and one-act plays. He also authored a textbook on the theater arts. Native to New York City, Wilde graduated from Columbia University in 1906, and worked for a time as a banker. He began writing plays in 1912.


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Wilde's plays were especially popular in the Little Theatre Movement.

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  • Mystery Week-End (1938)
  • Inquest (1938)
  • Design for Murder (1941)
  • Collections of short stories

  • Rogues in Clover (1929)
  • P. Moran, Operative (1947)
  • Plays

  • Dawn and One Act Plays Of Life Today (1915) ISBN 978-0-548-52580-7
  • Dawn
  • The Noble Lord
  • The Traitor
  • A House of Cards
  • Playing With Fire
  • The Finger of God
  • Confessional, and Other American Plays (1916)
  • Confessional
  • The Beautiful Story ISBN 978-1-4254-7780-6
  • The Villain in the Piece ISBN 978-1-4254-7777-6
  • A Question of Morality ISBN 978-1-4254-7779-0
  • According to Darwin ISBN 978-1-4254-7778-3
  • The Unseen Host, and Other War Plays (1917) ISBN 978-0-548-94615-2
  • The Reckoning (1930) ISBN 978-0-548-69217-2
  • Eight Comedies For Little Theaters ISBN 978-0-548-52675-0
  • Films (Story)

  • Moonlight Follies (1921)
  • The Guttersnipe (1922)
  • The Rise of Duton Lang (1955)
  • Nonfiction

  • The Craftmanship of One-Act Plays (1923)
  • References

    Percival Wilde Wikipedia

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