Lord Arthur Savile's Crime and Other Stories Summary
Oscar Wilde

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Oscar Wilde Biographies (10)

9,914 words, approx. 34 pages
Biography Essay] Together with George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde transformed British drama in the late nineteenth century by expressing a new, "modern" sensibility. By the mid nineteenth century, the B... Read more
795 words, approx. 3 pages
The British author Oscar Fingall O'Flahertie Wills Wilde (1854-1900) was part of the "art for art's sake" movement in English literature at the end of the 19th century. He is best known for his brilli... Read more
6,209 words, approx. 21 pages
"Famous for his public speaking and wit, [Oscar] Wilde has often been accused of merely reproducing witty repartee in his plays, and the temptation to treat his work lightly is in large part due to hi... Read more
8,879 words, approx. 30 pages
Together with George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde transformed British drama in the late nineteenth century by expressing a new, "modern" sensibility. By the mid-nineteenth century, the British theater... Read more
5,329 words, approx. 18 pages
Few writers have managed to remain world famous without the support of the schools. Oscar Wilde is one of them. Not generally regarded by academics as major or important, Wilde's work has figured ve... Read more
8,730 words, approx. 30 pages
Oscar Wilde brightened up, for the English-speaking world at least, the stiff and somber final years of the nineteenth century. Like the other magnificent Irishmen, Joyce and Beckett, who would cast ... Read more
11,412 words, approx. 39 pages
Oscar Wilde as man and artist is a study of extremes and contradictions. He approached life empirically, as Walter Pater had taught him at Oxford, but the pupil determined to pursue sensation beyond ... Read more
5,514 words, approx. 19 pages
Although Oscar Wilde is best remembered as a dramatist, novelist, essayist, poet, brilliant conversationalist, and flamboyant personality, he was also a writer of fairy tales. Wilde's notoriety--inclu... Read more
6,075 words, approx. 21 pages
Oscar Wilde 's literary reputation rests primarily on his later plays and his only novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray (1891). Although he published only fourteen short stories and six prose poems, a me... Read more
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Oscar Wilde was a reform writer through the trenchant moral and social criticism in his works. Famous for his public speaking and wit, Wilde has often been accused of merely reproducing witty repartee... Read more