Aestheticism and Social Anxiety in The Picture of dorian Gray (美と文化)

  title={Aestheticism and Social Anxiety in The Picture of dorian Gray (美と文化)},
  author={Mitsuharu Matsuoka and 松岡 光治},
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Teaching the Gothic Novels Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson and The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde

This master’s thesis discusses the importance of teaching English literature in an upper secondary class according to curricular aims, with examples from the novels Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr

Hedonism as Seen in Oscar Wilde’s "The Picture of Dorian Gray"

This article discusses hedonism in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray through the main character’s actions and lifestyle. The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890) was published in the era where

The Suicide Question in Late-Victorian Gothic Fiction: Representations of suicide in their historical, cultural and social contexts

This thesis explores late-nineteenth-century theories on suicide that emerged alongside a perceived ‘epidemic’ of suicides in Western societies, which brought the question of suicide into the public




Oscar Wilde called this collection of essays the holy writ of beauty. Published to great acclaim in 1837, it examines the work of Renaissance artists such as Winckelmann and the then neglected

The Critic Is (?) Artist

Complete Works Of Oscar Wilde

The third edition incorporates texts which were previously only available in difficult-to-obtain form as well as corrections and emendations to the text by the critic and columnist Merlin Holland,

The Gay and lesbian literary heritage : a reader's companion to the writers and their works, from antiquity to the present

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Between Men: English Literature and Male Homosocial Desire

Foreword: The Eve Effect, by Wayne Koestenbaum Preface to the 1993 Edition Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Gender Asymmetry and Erotic Triangles 2. Swan in Love: The Examples of Shakespeare's Sonnets

The ideology of the aesthetic

Introduction. 1. Free Particulars. 2. The Law of the Heart: Shaftesbury, Hume, Burke. 3. The Kantian Imaginary. 4. Schiller and Hegemony. 5. The World as Artefact: Fichte, Schelling, Hegel. 6. The

The Complete Letters of Oscar Wilde

This edition marks the centenary of Oscar Wilde's death, and is the most complete ever to appear. It contains over 1500 of his letters, and anyone unfamiliar with Wilde as a correspondent will find