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  1. The Complete Short Stories (Oxford World's Classics) by Oscar Wilde, 2010-01-18
  2. The Importance of Being Paradoxical: Maternal Presence in the Works of Oscar Wilde by Patrick M. Horan, 1997-09
  3. Complete Shorter Fiction (Oxford World's Classics) by Oscar Wilde, 2008-06-15
  4. Who Was That Man?: A Present for Mr. Oscar Wilde (The Masks Series) by Neil Bartlett, 1988-08
  5. Complete Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde (Signet Classics) by Oscar Wilde, 2008-10-07
  6. The Secret Life of Oscar Wilde by Neil McKenna, 2006-11-07
  7. Andre & Oscar: The Literary Friendship of Andre Gide and Oscar Wilde by Jonathan Fryer, 1998-04
  8. Complete Letters of Oscar Wilde by Oscar Wilde, Vyvyan B. Holland, et all 2000-11-30
  9. The Cambridge Companion to Oscar Wilde (Cambridge Companions to Literature)
  10. Complete Poetry (Oxford World's Classics) by Oscar Wilde, 2009-08-31
  11. Oscar Wilde - The Major Works (Oxford World's Classics) by Oscar Wilde, 2008-06-15
  12. The Thief of Reason: Oscar Wilde and Modern Ireland by Richard Pine, 1995-12
  13. Oscar Wilde's Wit and Wisdom: A Book of Quotations (Dover Thrift Editions) by Oscar Wilde, 1998-01-27
  14. Oscar Wilde and Modern Culture: The Making of a Legend

81. An Ideal Husband By Oscar Wilde - Project Gutenberg
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Author Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900 Title An Ideal Husband Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject Comedies Subject London (England) Drama Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Apr 1, 1997 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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82. The Importance Of Being Earnest By Oscar Wilde - Project Gutenberg
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Author Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900 Title The Importance of Being Earnest Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject Drama Subject Comedies Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Mar 1, 1997 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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83. Salomé By Oscar Wilde - Project Gutenberg
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Salomé by Oscar Wilde
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Author Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900 Title Salomé Note Original French text. Language French LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject Salome (Biblical figure) Drama Subject Tragedies Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Jun 1, 1998 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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84. Lady Windermere's Fan By Oscar Wilde - Project Gutenberg
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Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde
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Author Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900 Title Lady Windermere's Fan Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject Marriage Drama Subject Mothers and daughters Drama Subject Aristocracy (Social class) Drama Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Jan 1, 1997 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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85. The Duchess Of Padua By Oscar Wilde - Project Gutenberg
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Author Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900 Title The Duchess of Padua Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject English drama Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Apr 1, 1997 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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86. Salomé
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A Tragedy in one Act.
Translated from the French of Oscar Wilde by Lord Alfred Douglas
THE PERSONS OF THE PLAY
SECOND SOLDIER
JOKANAAN, The Prophet THE PAGE OF HERODIAS
THE YOUNG SYRIAN JEWS, NAZARENES, ETC...
TIGELLINUS, A Young Roman A SLAVE
A CAPPADOCIAN NAAMAN, The Executioner
A NUBIAN HERODIAS, Wife of the Tetrarch
FIRST SOLDIER
SCENE: A great terrace in the Palace of HEROD, set above the banqueting-hall. Some soldiers are leaning over the balcony. To the right there is a gigantic staircase, to the left, at the back, an old cistern surrounded by a wall of green bronze. Moonlight. THE PAGE OF HERODIAS: Look at the moon! How strange the moon seems! She is like a woman rising from a tomb. She is like a dead woman. You would fancy she was looking for dead things. THE YOUNG SYRIAN: She has a strange look. She is like a little princess who wears a yellow veil, and whose feet are of silver. She is like a princess who has little white doves for feet. You would fancy she was dancing. THE PAGE OF HERODIAS: She is like a woman who is dead. She moves very slowly.

87. Oscar Wilde. 1854-1900. John Bartlett, Comp. 1919. Familiar Quotations, 10th Ed.
A small selection of Wilde quotations, from the work by John Bartleby.
http://www.bartleby.com/100/652.html
Select Search World Factbook Roget's Int'l Thesaurus Bartlett's Quotations Respectfully Quoted Fowler's King's English Strunk's Style Mencken's Language Cambridge History The King James Bible Oxford Shakespeare Gray's Anatomy Farmer's Cookbook Post's Etiquette Bulfinch's Mythology Frazer's Golden Bough All Verse Anthologies Dickinson, E. Eliot, T.S. Frost, R. Hopkins, G.M. Keats, J. Lawrence, D.H. Masters, E.L. Sandburg, C. Sassoon, S. Whitman, W. Wordsworth, W. Yeats, W.B. All Nonfiction Harvard Classics American Essays Einstein's Relativity Grant, U.S. Roosevelt, T. Wells's History Presidential Inaugurals All Fiction Shelf of Fiction Ghost Stories Short Stories Shaw, G.B. Stein, G. Stevenson, R.L. Wells, H.G. Reference Quotations John Bartlett Familiar Quotations ... CONCORDANCE INDEX John Bartlett Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. Oscar Wilde. Yet each man kills the thing he loves,
By each let this be heard,
Some do it with a bitter look,
Some with a flattering word,
The coward does it with a kiss,
The brave man with a sword. The Ballad of Reading Gaol. All that we know who lie in gaol
Is that the wall is strong;

88. Oscar Wilde Quotes Quotations: Funny Quotes On Age, Art, Debt, Army, Americans,
A collection of funny quotations attributed to the author.
http://www.lifeisajoke.com/wildehumor_html.htm
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Web www.lifeisajoke.com 101 Ways to Annoy People 1. Sing the Batman theme incessantly. 2. In the memo field of all your checks, write "for sensual massage." 3. Specify that your drive-through order is "to go." 4. Learn Morse code, and have conversations with friends in public consisting entirely of "Beeeep Bip Bip Beeep Bip..." 5. If you have a glass eye, tap on it occasionally with your pen while talking to others. Read all 101 Ways to Annoy People OSCAR WILDE QUOTES, FUNNY QUOTATIONS...1 Advice I always pass on good advice. It is the only thing to do with it. It is never of any use to oneself. (An Ideal Husband) Age The gods bestowed on Max the gift of perpetual old age.

89. Biografia De Oscar Wilde
Vida y obra del escritor brit nico.
http://www.biografiasyvidas.com/biografia/w/wilde.htm
Inicio Buscador Las figuras clave de la historia Reportajes Los protagonistas de la actualidad Oscar Wilde (Dubln, 1854 - Pars, 1900) Escritor britnico. Hijo del cirujano William Wills-Wilde y de la escritora Joana Elgee, Oscar Wilde tuvo una infancia tranquila y sin sobresaltos. Estudi en la Portora Royal School de Euniskillen, en el Trinity College de Dubln y, posteriormente, en el Magdalen College de Oxford, centro en el que permaneci entre 1874 y 1878 y en el cual recibi el Premio Newdigate de poesa, que gozaba de gran prestigio en la poca. Oscar Wilde combin sus estudios universitarios con viajes (en 1877 visit Italia y Grecia), al tiempo que publicaba en varios peridicos y revistas sus primeros poemas, que fueron reunidos en 1881 en Poemas . Al ao siguiente emprendi un viaje a Estados Unidos, donde ofreci una serie de conferencias sobre su teora acerca de la filosofa esttica, que defenda la idea del arte por el arte y en la cual sentaba las bases de lo que posteriormente dio en llamarse dandismo
Oscar Wilde A su vuelta, Oscar Wilde hizo lo propio en universidades y centros culturales britnicos, donde fue excepcionalmente bien recibido. Tambin lo fue en Francia, pas que visit en 1883 y en el cual entabl amistad con Verlaine y otros escritores de la poca.

90. Frases De Oscar Wilde
Aforismos, citas y frases c lebres del autor.
http://www.proverbia.net/citasautor.asp?autor=1058

91. Ritratto Di Oscar Wilde
Propone sezioni riguardanti biografia, contesto culturale, decadentismo ed estetismo, opere e critica.
http://members.tripod.com/~darkindia/
Build your own FREE website at Tripod.com Share: Facebook Twitter Digg reddit document.write(lycos_ad['leaderboard']); document.write(lycos_ad['leaderboard2']); Questo sito dedicato al primo uomo moderno,
al pi grande osservatore della propria epoca,
ad un irlandese nato per sconvolgere le tradizioni
e morto come a conclusione di quel capolavoro che la vita:
OSCAR WILDE

92. Aforismi Di Oscar Wilde
Raccolta di frasi celebri dell autore irlandese.
http://giavelli.interfree.it/aforismi_3.html
Oscar Wilde
- in 366 aforismi -
Oggi essere comprensibili equivale ad essere scoperti
Le informazioni riservate sono, in pratica, la fonte di ogni grande fortuna moderna
Viviamo in un'epoca che legge troppo per essere saggia, e crede troppo per essere bella
Davvero, ora che la Camera dei Comuni sta cercando di divenire utile, produce grandi danni
'Democrazia' significa semplicemente colpi di randello dalla gente per la gente
Adoro i partiti politici: sono gli unici luoghi rimasti dove la gente non parla di politica
Mi diverto a parlare di politica. Ne parlo tutto il giorno. Ma non posso sentirne parlare. Non so come gli sventurati membri della Camera riescano a sopportare quei lunghi dibattiti
Quando un uomo dice di aver esaurito la vita, significa che la vita lo ha esaurito
Bisogna essere seri almeno riguardo a qualcosa, se si vuole avere divertimenti nella vita
Tre firme ispirano sempre una totale fiducia, anche negli strozzini
E' molto volgare parlare dei propri affari. Solo persone come gli agenti di borsa lo fanno e, anche loro, soltanto durante le cene
Tutti possono essere buoni, in campagna

93. Wilde (Oscar) And His Literary Circle Collection Of Papers
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94. Poetry Of Oscar Wilde, Full-text; Oscar Wilde's Poetry, At Everypoet.com
Includes the complete Charmides and Other Poems and Poems collections.
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95. Oscar Wilde - Kalliope
V rker, digttitler, f rstelinier fra digte, s gning, popul re digte, portr tter, biografi og samtid.
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96. Oscar Wilde (Intro) - ALaLettre
Portrait, notice biographique, bibliographie et liens.
http://www.alalettre.com/international/wilde-intro.htm
Coup de pouce Interviews Intro Biographie Liens
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
Oscar Wilde en 1892, Photographie d'Alfred Ellis
Le Portrait de Dorian Gray
Beau Il devient très vite l'un des théoriciens de "l'art pour l'art", et le chef de file des "esthètes". Il est ainsi invité à donner une série de conférences aux Etats-Unis sur l'esthétisme. (la Duchesse de Padoue, The Woman's World (le Prince heureux et autres contes, (le Crime de lord Arthur Saville et autres histoires, 1891), un essai (Intentions, 1891) et aussi son seul roman le Portrait de Dorian Gray Il publie en 1898, Guy Jacquemelle Quelques aphorismes et citations d'Oscar Wilde
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Stendhal
Emile Zola, 1881
Albert Camus
Aujourd'hui, maman est morte. Ou peut-être hier, je ne sais pas. J'ai reçu un télégramme de l'asile : "Mère décédée. Enterrement demain. Sentiments distingués." Cela ne veut rien dire. C'était peut-être hier.
Alfred de Musset
Alfred de Musset
On ne badine pas avec l'amour
Candide de Voltaire
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97. Reading Wilde, Querying Spaces: An Exhibition Commemorating The 100th Anniversar
An online exhibition commemorating the 100th anniversary of the trials of Oscar Wilde. The exhibit is grouped according to ten themes of interest in his life and work.
http://www.nyu.edu/library/bobst/research/fales/exhibits/wilde/00main.htm
An Exhibition Commemorating the 100th Anniversary
of the Trials of Oscar Wilde
Reading Wilde...
One hundred years ago, in the London of the elderly Queen Victoria, an event occurred which put on center stage questions of sex and morality. Starring in this drama was Oscar Wilde, novelist, poet, playwright, aesthete, reputed homosexual, enigma. The trials of Oscar Wilde offered the court of public opinion its first opportunity to debate the ethics of homosexuality; unfortunately for Wilde, his trials offered the nation's legal system the same opportunity. Convicted of practicing "indecent acts," the notorious writer spent the next two years kept to hard labor in prison, dying barely two and a half years after his release. Wilde's was a notoriety dependent on its elusiveness. Constantly challenging bourgeois Victorian notions of identity, he was the period's central chameleon-like figure, adaptively blending into his environment, but always commenting on the nature of that environment in the course of the performance. Wilde's was a life dedicated to art. He lived through art and treated life as an aesthetic, operating, perhaps perversely, through constant, self-conscious confounding of categories of meaning. When the verdict of guilty was returned for Oscar Wilde, it represented the violent reassertion of convention in response to the threats posed by his life and art. To commemorate the centenary of the Wilde trials, this exhibition and catalogue of essays return to the many sites of disruption visited by, profoundly changed by, Oscar Wilde. Drawing on the extensive holdings of first editions, autograph letters, photographs, periodicals, and ephemera from the Fales Collection of English and American Fiction, graduate students in the Victorian Studies Group at New York University trace the powerful impact of Oscar Wilde in the aesthetic, political, spiritual, and moral circles of late-Victorian England. The books and manuscripts analyzed, interpreted, and displayed are the textual fossil remains of the culture of Oscar Wilde's transgressions and containmentthe footsteps of the chameleon.

98. Cornell University College Of Arts & Sciences News Letter
A comparison of legend and fact. Essay by professor Sandra F. Siegel at Cornell University.
http://www.arts.cornell.edu/newsletr/spring96/siegel.htm
Newsletter
Spring 1996 Vol. 17 No. 2
Oscar Wilde:
The Spectacle of Criticism
Sandra F. Siegel
Wilde's power to arouse fantasies in others - and to fulfill them - is seemingly inexhaustible. Everyone has an opinion about Oscar Wilde. It is also true that opinions about no other author have been so ill-informed. From the beginning, there appeared to be about Wilde something slightly slant. Earlier in the century the fantasies perhaps might have been dispelled. Now, as the century draws to a close, the same fantasies continue to circulate. Despite the mixed response to Wilde's poems, in 1881 he was invited by the Librarian of the Oxford Union, Oxford's undergraduate debating society, to present a copy of the volume as a gift, which he inscribed: "To the Oxford Union, My first volume of poems." There can be no doubt that Wilde's career - as a social critic and as a dramatist - pivoted downward after the scandalous trials that convicted him in 1895 of "gross indecency" and sent hi m to prison for two years. What is nearly always forgotten is that although he was not yet a public figure in 1881, the scandal that arose from the Union's rejection of his Poems and the accusation of plagiarism ensured that he was on his way to becoming one. Never before had a book been presented that had not been accepted: in this case the Oxford Union established the more indecorous precedent of rejecting a gift that an author had been invited to present. The Union sent a letter of apology to Wilde to which he replied that he regretted its decision, his "chief regret indeed being that there should still be at Oxford such a large number of young men who are ready to accept their own ignorance as an index, and their own conceit a criterion of any imaginative and beautiful work" and he expressed the hope that "no other poet or writer of English will ever be subjected to what I feel sure you as well as myself are conscious of, the coarse impertinence of having a work officially rejected which has been no less officially sought for."

99. The Trials Of Oscar Wilde
Essays, transcripts, letters, images, and other materials relating to the three celebrated legal trials in which Wilde was a party.
http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/wilde/wilde.htm
Wilde's Letters to Douglas Famous World Trials
The Trials of Oscar Wilde
Queensberry on Wilde Poems of Lord Douglas Wilde's Writings on Trial Libel Trial Transcript ... A Trial Account
by Douglas O. Linder
Old Bailey, the main courthouse in London, had never presented a show quite like the three trials that captivated England and much of the literary world in the spring of 1895. Celebrity, sex, witty dialogue, political intrique, surprising twists, and important issues of art and moralityis it any surprise that the trials of Oscar Wilde continue to fascinate one hundred years after the death of one of Ireland's greatest authors and playrights?.... (CONTINUED)
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100. Oscar Wilde's Socialism : A Look At The Socialist And Anarchist Writings Of Osca
Essay on Wilde s awareness of poverty and its remedy, and his vision of what human society could be. Irish anarchist perspective.
http://flag.blackened.net/revolt/ws98/ws53_wilde.html
You've read the poems, seen the plays or been to the film
Oscar Wilde's socialism
Yet all is well; he has but passed
To Life's appointed bourne:
And alien tears will fill for him
Pity's long broken urn
For his mourners be outcast men,
And outcasts always mourn.
Paris has had its fair share of famous people die in it. Most of them have ended up in the Pere La Chaise cemetery and Oscar Wilde is one of them. Of all the people buried there, that was the one grave I had to see when I entered that cemetery on a brisk March morning. I admire him because he was the master of that Irish pastime of extracting the Michael. He was at first lauded by a society which would later reject him; as much for what he believed as for what he did. He believed his mourners would be outcasts because he never felt part of a society that holds homophobia as an attribute rather than what it really is, a disease. "I think I am rather more than a Socialist. I am something of an Anarchist, I believe..." Oscar Wilde was also inspired by politics. He was not blind to the obvious early failings of modern day society. The poverty he wrote about over a century ago, in ' The soul of man under Socialism ', exists on the streets of Dublin today. Throughout this winter I've walked to work past bodies huddled under blankets in St. Stephen's Green, wheezing with bronchitis in the frosty air.

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