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Oscar Wilde and the yellow nineties.
|LC Classifications||PR5823 .W5 1958|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||375|
|LC Control Number||57011789|
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. Great deals on Oscar Wilde Antiquarian & Collectible Books. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items! Oscar Wilde and the Yellow Nineties copyright HC full page photo of Oscar .
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Description. The Yellow Book was a fashionable magazine which ran from –97, taking its name from the notorious covering into which controversial French novels were placed at the is, in fact, a ‘yellow book’ which corrupts Dorian Gray in Oscar Wilde’s novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray; this generally thought to be Joris-Karl Huysmans’s À rebours ().
Make Offer - Frances Winwar OSCAR WILDE AND THE YELLOW NINETIES Harper & Brothers 1stEd Frank Harris OSCAR WILDE Preface by Bernard Shaw Constable & Co., London C $ The Yellow Nineties Online is an open-access electronic resource for the study of avant-garde aesthetic periodicals of the British fin de siècle.
Searchable facsimile editions allow users to analyze physical features as well as content, and the editors write a critical introduction for each volume to situate it in its moment of production and reception.
Oscar Wilde's fantastic rise and tragic disintegration during the decade of The Yellow Nineties () that focused on fin-de-siècle art, literature, and society. p (p). Seller Inventory # Click to read more about Oscar Wilde and the Yellow 'Nineties by Frances Winwar. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers3/5.
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The Yellow Book was successful, despite the critics, until Oscar Wilde's arrest in April When Wilde (who openly despised the publication) was arrested, he was seen clutching a book with a yellow cover. It was assumed to be The Yellow Book, or at least was reported as such in the newspapers. Part one: Oscar Wilde --Speranza --The student --The aesthete tries his wings --Lily of love, pure inviolate --A most intense young man --The sunflower comes to America --The lecturing Ossian --In the gown of Balzac --Constance --Wilde and the butterfly --Part two: And the yellow 'nineties --On the threshold of the 'nineties --Dorian Gray --The.
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Part One: Oscar Wilde (Speranza, The student, The Aestaete tries his wings, Lily of love: Pure and inviolate, A most intense young man, The sunflower comes to America, The lecturing Ossian, In the gown of Balzac, Constance, Wild and the butterfly --Part Two: And the yellow 'nineties (On the threshold of the nineties, Dorian Gray, The lost.
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His publications on the career of Oscar Wilde include the variorum edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray (), and three collections of essays: Wilde Writings: Contextual Conditions (), Oscar Wilde and Modern Culture: The Making of a Legend (), and The Wilde Archive: Traditions, Histories, Resources ().
Oscar Wilde and the Yellow Nineties. Prologue by Lord Alfred Douglas I have been invited to defend myself against the accusations brought against me in this book I feel that it would be impossible for me to decline that invitation and to refuse to shoulder the burden of all the unpleasantness it implies.
Preface to Oscar Wilde: A Play by Leslie Stokes and Sewell Stokes () Introduction to Brighton Aquatints by John Piper () Ireland and the War Against Hitler () Oscar Wilde: A Summing Up () Introduction to Oscar Wilde and the Yellow Nineties. The Yellow Nineties Online places The Yellow Book in the context of related fin-de-siècle aesthetic periodicals and the transatlantic reviewing mechanisms they generated.
The site gives immediate open access to historical documents, while preserving, in a regularly updated virtual form, periodicals in danger of disintegration due to their.Wilde nonchalantly dismissed them as well, however, reportedly telling the men that he found the idea of such a price being proposed for a piece of his writing quite the compliment.
With respect to historical context, Wilde wrote An Idea Husband during the decade known as the "Yellow" or "Naughty Nineties", the twilight years of England's.The Yellow Book, short-lived but influential illustrated quarterly magazine devoted to aesthetics, literature, and was published in London from to From its initial visually arresting issue, for which Aubrey Beardsley was art editor and for which Max Beerbohm wrote an essay, “A Defence of Cosmetics,” The Yellow Book attained immediate notoriety.