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Oscar Wilde

(1854—1900) writer


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The Afterlife of Oscar Wilde's Oral Tales

AN ALLUSION IN OSCAR WILDE'S ‘THE CANTERVILLE GHOST’

ANOTHER SWIPE AT W. P. FRITH BY OSCAR WILDE

The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde, volume ii: De Profundis, ‘Epistola: In Carcere et Vinculis’. Edited by ian small. Pp. 346. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005. £80.
 The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde, volume iii: The Picture of Dorian Gray: The 1890 and 1891 Texts. Edited by joseph bristow. Pp. lxxviii+466. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005. £90.

THE FARQUHAR AND ARBUTHNOT CONNECTIONS IN OSCAR WILDE'S A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE

The Fifth Gospel of Oscar Wilde

FLORINA TUFESCU. Oscar Wilde’s Plagiarism: The Triumph of Art over Ego.

From Oscar Wilde to Portland’s 1912 Scandal

Henry James, Oscar Wilde and Aesthetic Culture

The House Beautiful: Oscar Wilde and the Aesthetic Interior

‘I Have Asked Henry James Not to Bring his Friend Oscar Wilde’: Daisy Miller, Washington Square and The Politics of Transatlantic Aestheticism

j. robert maguire. Ceremonies of Bravery: Oscar Wilde, Carlos Blacker, and the Dreyfus Affair.

Mary Warner Blanchard. Oscar Wilde's America: Counterculture in the Gilded Age. New Haven: Yale University Press. 1998. Pp. xv, 302. $45.00

A Matter of Style: On Reading the Oscar Wilde Trials as Literature

nicholas frankel (ed.). The Picture of Dorian Gray. By Oscar Wilde.

NOTES ON OSCAR WILDE: TWO UNPUBLISHED LETTERS FROM THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND

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Oscar Wilde, An Ideal Husband

Oscar Wilde: Anarchist, Socialist, and Feminist

Oscar Wilde and Arthur Cruttenden: Inside and Outside Reading Gaol

Oscar Wilde and Pope

 

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(1854–1900)

Born in Dublin, Ireland, Wilde became a flamboyant member of the Aesthetic movement, publishing a novel, poems, three collections of stories, essays, and several plays. His principal publishers were ...

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