|Statement||by Robert Harborough Sherard ... with an interview with G.B. Shaw by Hugh Kingsmill [pseud]|
|LC Classifications||PR5823 .S515 1933|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||33038969|
The author seems harsh to Wilde's lovers and most forgiving of the "Wilde Life." The book paints a picture of Oscar Wilde as a gifted artist who, as his life progressed, became a moral degenirate and a drunkard, in that order. Wilde apparently felt and even expressed remorse, but seemed incapable of acting on by: 8. Oscar Wilde, drunkard and swindler: a reply to George Bernard Shaw, Dr. G.J. Renier, Frank Harris, etc. Oscar Wilde; Georgian satirists / by Sherard Vines; Oscar Wilde twice defended from André Gide's wicked lies and Frank Harris's cruel libels: to which is Oscar Wilde / Richard Pine. Oscar Wilde The ever-quotable Oscar Wilde () was an Irish playwright, novelist, essayist, and poet who delighted Victorian England with his legendary wit. He found critical and popular success with his scintillating plays, chiefly The Importance of Being Earnest, while his only novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray, scandalized readers. Wilde’s only novel, first published in , is a brilliantly designed puzzle, intended to tease conventional minds with its exploration of the myriad interrelationships between art, life and consequence. From its provocative Preface, challenging the reader to belief in ‘art for art’s sake’, to its sensational conclusion, the story self-consciously experiments with the notion of.
Memories of Oscar Wilde By G. Bernard Shaw Introduction,Oscar Wilde, His Life and Confessions,英文短篇小说 George Bernard Shaw ordered a special copy of this book of mine: “Oscar Wilde: His Life and Confessions,” as soon as it was announced. He ended as an unproductive drunkard and swindler; for the repeated sales of the. The ever-quotable Oscar Wilde once said, ""Anybody can make history. Only a great man can write it."" From his outsize celebrity in Victorian London to his authorship of fiction, drama, and poetry that uniquely captured his era, it's fair to say that Wilde succeeded on both counts. This is a bibliography of works by Oscar Wilde, a late-Victorian Irish writer. Chiefly remembered today as a playwright, especially for The Importance of Being Earnest, and as the author of The Picture of Dorian Gray; Wilde's oeuvre includes criticism, poetry, children's fiction, and a large selection of reviews, lectures and private correspondence has also been published. Oscar Wilde was born at 21 Westland Row, Dublin (now home of the Oscar Wilde Centre, Trinity College), the second of three children born to an Anglo-Irish couple: Jane, née Elgee and Sir William was two years younger than his brother, William (Willie) Wilde. Jane Wilde was a niece (by marriage) of the novelist, playwright and clergyman Charles Maturin ( – ), who may have.
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