The portrait of Mr W.H. is a short story written by Oscar Wilde and published in Blackwood's magazine in 1891. The story is the attempt by Oscar Wilde to uncover the identity of W.H., the mysterious individual to whom Shakespeare dedicates his Sonnets. Is Wilde's The portrait of Mr W.H. a beautiful theory, the most spectacular literary essay ever written, or has Wilde found the answer to one of the most famous English mysteries? Discover The portrait of Mr W.H. with its original preface and biography in this new edition by Les Éditions de Londres.