Additional Resources for Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde

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Bloom, Harold, ed. Oscar Wilde, Chelsea House, 1985,146 p.

An anthology of recent scholarship on Wilde, with a brief commentary by Bloom in which he concerns himself with the "anxiety of influence" (Bloom's term for a writer's struggle to create something fresh and new) in Wilde.

Coakley, Davis. Oscar Wilde: The Importance of Being Irish, Town House, 1995, 246 p.

Explores the role of the Irish raconteur in Wilde's family and in his social life.

Ellman, Richard. Oscar Wilde, Alfred A. Knopf, 1988,632 p.

The definitive Wilde biography.

Freedman, Jonathan. Oscar Wilde: A Collection of Critical Essays, Prentice-Hall, 1995, 257 p.

Essays, brief biography, and selected bibliography.

Holland, Vyvyan Beresford. Oscar Wilde: A Pictorial Biography, Viking Press, 1960, 144 p.

An intimate biography written by Oscar Wilde's son.

Knox, Melissa. Oscar Wilde: A Long and Lovely Suicide, Yale University Press, 1994, 185 p.

A psychoanalytic biography that explore Wilde's childhood experiences and their effect on his later life...

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