The Journalism of Oscar Wilde by Oscar Wilde

The Journalism of Oscar Wilde

byOscar Wilde

Kobo ebook | December 2, 2013

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Throughout the 1880s Oscar Wilde devoted a great part of his creative energies to working as a professional journalist and he was prepared to write on a remarkable range of topics. Uniquely witty, intellectually acute, and socially aware Wilde's journalism not only displays the extensive reading and stylistic experimentation that prepared the way for his major works of the 1890s, it provides an essential record of the vibrant and rapidly changing journalistic culture in which he played a major part.
Content:
A Handbook To Marriage
A Ride Through Morocco
Aristotle At Afternoon Tea
Balzac In English
Dinners And Dishes
Hamlet At The Lyceum
London Models
Mr Morris On Tapestry
Mr Whistler’s Ten O’clock
Mrs Langtry As Hester Grazebrook
Olivia At The Lyceum
The American Invasion
Two Biographies Of Keats
Two Letters To The Daily Chronicle
Woman’s Dress
Oscar Wilde (1854 - 1900) is a central figure in aesthetic writing. Wilde was a poet, fiction writer, essayist and editor. Oscar Wilde is often seen as a homosexual icon although as many men of his day he was also a husband and father. Wilde’s life ended at odds with Victorian morals that surrounded him. He died in exile.

Title:The Journalism of Oscar WildeFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 2, 2013Publisher:e-artnowLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:8026800117

ISBN - 13:9788026800118

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