Oscar Wilde: The Critic as Humanist
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1999 - Počet stran: 197
Through a discussion of critical works, including The Decay of Lying and De Profundis, Bashford demonstrates the theoretical goals Wilde set for himself in his criticism and how he achieved them.
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Fathoming the Soul in De Profundis
Wilde as Rhetor and Rhetorician
Oscar Wilde as Humanist
The Rise of Historical Criticism and the Consequences of Genuine Explanation
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