There are 3 critical essays on Lady Windermere's Fan.
Critical Essays on Lady Windermere's Fan
Critical Essay by Joel H. Kaplan and Sheila Stowell
11,522 words, approx. 38 pages
In the following excerpt, Kaplan and Stowell consider the influence of the London theater on fashion, focusing their analysis on the use of costumes in Oscar Wilde's Lady Windermere's Fan.
Critical Review by Spectator
1,539 words, approx. 5 pages
In the following positive assessment of Lady Windermere's Fan, the reviewer asserts that “we are grateful to Mr. Wilde for a straightforward comedy which professes no purpose but comedy's best and truest—to entertain.”
Critical Review by Critic
674 words, approx. 2 pages
In the following mixed review of Lady Windermere's Fan, the critic discusses Wilde's dialogue as well written, but chides the production values.
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