Combining biography, literary criticism and psychology, it looks at the relationships with their fathers of Joyce, WB Yeats and Oscar Wilde, and argues for the creative importance of parricide. Tóibín.

There were few subjects which escaped Oscar Wilde’s barbed wit: dentists, cynics, Americans, literary critics, democracy, the working classes, the middle classes, the upper classes and Bernard Shaw.

Their son Oscar revered both parents as self-made. the closest in method to conventional literary criticism. It lacks some of the herky-jerky charms and frustrations of the Wilde and Yeats portions.

A prolific novelist whose celebrated works of fiction include “The Master,” “Brooklyn” and “Nora Webster,” he moves nimbly in this book from biography to literary criticism. William Wilde to emerge.

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Possessed by Memory begins with an epigraph by the divine Oscar Wilde from his. I think of how Wilde and Pater swerved.

Meanwhile down the street, others met in the Rare Book Room at the Strand bookstore to remember Oscar Wilde. We spent the evening examining. night club within the arc of gay history and his.

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A prolific novelist whose celebrated works of fiction include “The Master,” “Brooklyn” and “Nora Webster,” he moves nimbly in this book from biography to literary criticism. William Wilde to emerge.

Aug 1, 2011. Alex Ross writes on how the Irish author Oscar Wilde overcame both the. prevented Wilde from freely expressing his sexuality in his writing; yet he. Pencil, and Poison,” “The Decay of Lying,” “The Critic as Artist,” and “The.

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Emer O’Sullivan’s The Fall of the House of Wilde: Oscar Wilde and His Family is an impressively comprehensive biography that’s equal parts political history, literary criticism, and Shakespearean.

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Even the dedication, the earlier draft on display at the Met that reads, “I dedicate these notes to the memory of Oscar Wilde.

"The Critic as Artist" is an essay by Oscar Wilde, containing the most extensive statements of his. Works by Oscar Wilde · 1891 essays · Aesthetics literature · Works originally published in Nineteenth Century (periodical) · Essay stubs.

Oct 16, 2017. Michèle Mendelssohn is a literary critic, cultural historian and the author of Making Oscar Wilde, which will be published by OUP in summer.

Feb 20, 2013. Oscar Wilde, although most commonly known as a playright, was also a critic. The Artist as Critic is a wide selection of Wilde's book reviews as well as. Also in Literary Criticism. ‹ › Narrow Road to the Interior.

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. has been steady, and interest in his life and personality has grown, Wilde the aesthetic theorist has remained a marginal figure within literary criticism. The.

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Essays and criticism on Oscar Wilde, including the works Lady Windermere's Fan , The Importance of Being Earnest, The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Ballad of.

Oscar Wilde © Wilde was an Anglo-Irish novelist, playwright, poet and critic, and a. Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde was born in Dublin on 16 October 1854. His father was a successful surgeon and his mother a writer and literary hostess.

Their son Oscar revered both parents as self-made. the closest in method to conventional literary criticism. It lacks some of the herky-jerky charms and frustrations of the Wilde and Yeats portions.

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but apparently Oscar didn’t discriminate. The affair between Wilde and Douglas began in 1892, when Wilde was married with two sons, with many stops and starts due to a series of lover spats, including.

Mar 9, 2015. A selective list of online literary criticism for the Victorian-era Irish playwright and novelist Oscar Wilde, favoring signed articles by recognized.

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May 15, 2014. Oscar Wilde's only novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray (1891), is a superb. (1897) as a representation of how fin-de-siècle literature explored the darkest. In response to such hostile criticism Wilde considerably amended the.

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Their son Oscar revered both parents as self-made. the closest in method to conventional literary criticism. It lacks some of the herky-jerky charms and frustrations of the Wilde and Yeats portions.

What book about wit doesn’t contain a single quotation from either Mark Twain or Oscar Wilde? The answer. Pooh Perplex,” which brilliantly parodies a dozen schools of literary criticism, and Robert.

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Much derision was directed toward aesthetes in the late 19th century, who, led by Oscar Wilde, declared their devotion to beauty. connected to the rise of a new form of cultural and literary.

Studies of the influence of Matthew Arnold (1822–88) on Oscar Wilde. Wilde's positions on the purpose and significance of literary criticism (Danson, Wilde's.

Their son Oscar revered both parents as self-made. the closest in method to conventional literary criticism. It lacks some of the herky-jerky charms and frustrations of the Wilde and Yeats portions.

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Much derision was directed toward aesthetes in the late 19th century, who, led by Oscar Wilde, declared their devotion to beauty. connected to the rise of a new form of cultural and literary.

BY ALICE I. PERRY WOOD. In Oscar Wilde as a late growth of that later Renaissance. what he calls " the art-literature of the nineteenth century," and it is in this.

That Wilde became a literary artist in the first place is not so surprising since, This impression was undercut for critic Alan Bird, who, in The Plays of Oscar.

However, Wilde's writing also suggests an interesting affinity with other. article by the editor and critic Téodor de Wyzewa entitled 'M. Oscar Wilde et les jeunes.