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While imprisoned in Reading Gaol, Wilde wrote this epistle to Lord Alfred Douglas "from the depths" (of disgrace and despair). Recrimination and self-criticism turn to spiritual rebirth by the end, for in those depths he has discovered religious consolation. The title comes from the Penitential Psalm 130.