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    No.37, dated July 2010, is now published by The Oscar Wilde Society under the editorship of Donald Mead. The Contents are Chadwick, Peter
    Message 1 of 5 , Sep 1, 2010
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      No.37, dated July 2010, is now published by The Oscar Wilde Society under the editorship of Donald Mead.  The Contents are

      Chadwick, Peter                      Decadence and Spirituality in Late Nineteenth Century Artists and Writers

      Mead, Donald                           Oscar Wilde in America:  The Interviews

      Nelson, E. Charles                  The Garden in Dorian Gray and the Question of Wilde's Plantsmanship

      Quintus, John                        Prince Paul Maraloffski: Oscar Wilde's Ur-Dandy

      Scharnhorst, Gary                  Oscar Wilde on the Origin of The Picture of Dorian Gray

       Schroeder, Horst                     The OET Complete Works Vol IV: IV.  `The Decay of Lying' 

       Tildesley, Matthew B.             The Sketches of Dorian Gray: Oscar Wilde & The Century Guild Hobby Horse

      Wright, Thomas                      Wildean Inscriptions  

      These will be collated with the Combined table of Contents published at http://www.oscholars.com/TO/Appendix/the_Wildean.htm

       

       

    • oscholarship-owner@yahoogroups.com
      The Wildean no 38 January 2011, edited by Donald Mead, has now been published at £8.00. Copies are available from The Oscar Wilde Society, 63 Lambton Road,
      Message 2 of 5 , Jan 29, 2011
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        The Wildean no 38 January 2011, edited by Donald Mead, has now been published at £8.00.  Copies are available from The Oscar Wilde Society, 63 Lambton Road, London SW20 01W, England.  This issue contains the following articles:

        Oscar Wilde: The Red Lamp.  This is the first republication of Wilde's review of William Outram Tristram's play, published anonymously in The Court & Society Review 7th April 1887.  Here with an introduction and notes by Donald Mead.

        Donald Mead: Oscar Wilde, Alsager Vian and The Court & Society Review.

        Merlin Holland: A Blatant Attempt to Sensationalise.

        Antony Edmonds: Alphonse Conway, `the Bright, Happy Boy' of 1894.

        Peter Rowland: Sandford and Merton.

        Horst Schroeder: The OET Complete Works Vol IV.  V: `The Critic as Artist, Part I.'

        Linda Wong: Contemporary Chinese Re-Readings of Oscar Wilde's `The Happy Prince'.

        Ana Moya: Eagleton's Wilde Readings in Saint Oscar.

        Michael Seeney: Oscar Wilde, ed. Jarlath Killeen [review].

         

        For a complete list of all the articles published in The Wildean, go to http://www.oscholars.com/TO/Appendix/the_Wildean.htm

      • oscholarship-owner@yahoogroups.com
        The Wildean no.39, July 2011, is now published. Free to members of the Oscar Wilde Society, copies at £8.00 + p&p can be ordered from the Editor, Donald
        Message 3 of 5 , Aug 9, 2011
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          The Wildean no.39, July 2011, is now published.  Free to members of the Oscar Wilde Society, copies at £8.00 + p&p can be ordered from the Editor, Donald Mead, 63 Lambton Road, London SW20 0LW.  133 pp. 

          This issue contains the following articles:

          Quintus, John A.:  Lord Byron and Oscar Wilde in Perspective
          Edmonds, Antony:  You will come, won't you?  Bosie's visits to Worthing in 1894
          Edmonds, Antony:  Which house was The Haven?
          Schroeder, Horst.  The OET Complete Works Vol IV.  VI: 'The Critic as Artist, Part II
          Jordan, Anne: Oscar Wilde, Lady Colin Campbell and The Court and Society Review
          Paltin, Judith: Algy's romantic blunder
          Seeney, Michael:  The reception of Oscar Wilde in Europe (review)
          Seeney, Michael: Nicholas Frankel's Dorian Gray (review)
          Mead, Donald: Oscar Wilde: The Great Drama of His Life (review)
          Murphy, J.D.: Love Well the Hour by Anne Jordan (review)

          For a complete index to The Wildean, see http://www.oscholars.com/TO/Appendix/the_Wildean.htm

           

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