6 edition of Approaches to teaching the works of Oscar Wilde found in the catalog.
Approaches to teaching the works of Oscar Wilde
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Statement||edited by Philip E. Smith II.|
|Series||Approaches to teaching world literature -- 103|
|Contributions||Smith, Philip E.|
|LC Classifications||PR5824 .A58 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781603290098, 9781603290104|
|LC Control Number||2008021366|
The Hardcover of the Oscar Wilde's Historical Criticism Notebook by Philip E. Smith II at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Oscar Wilde is fabulous, and clever, and impossibly witty and Oscar Wilde knows it. Do yourself a favor, don't read this cover to cover - a little bit of Wilde goes a long way! Random thoughts: I was disappointed to find that the popular culture image of Dorian Grey didn't quite live up to the actual written depiction of him/5().
- Oscar Wilde, Irish writter Poet, Play Writter, Comedian, Quotes. Poetry. See more ideas about Oscar wilde, Oscar, Oscar wilde quotes pins. Brilliant and talented, if not always dedicated, Wilde published his first work in verse, "Chorus of Cloud-Maidens," in the Dublin University Magazine in November A loose translation of songs from Aristophanes' The Clouds, the work indicates Wilde's interest in the classics. In , he won the Newdigate Prize for Poetry from Oxford for.
Approaches to Teaching the Works of Oscar Wilde. Ed. Philip E. Smith II. New York: The Modern Language Association of America, Print. Adams, James E. Dandies and Desert Saints: Styles of Victorian Masculinity. New York: Cornell University Press. Ellman, Richard. The artist as critic: critical writings of Oscar Wilde. Chicago, Il. He edited Approaches to Teaching the Works of Oscar Wilde (MLA, ). He has also written articles and chapters on Wilde, Constance Naden, Robert Heinlein, Ursula Le Guin, Brian Aldiss, August Wilson, John Galsworthy, Charles Olson, and on issues of curriculum, staffing, and teaching in the profession of English studies.
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It is both a challenge and a pleasure to teach the works of Oscar Wilde, “the master of paradox,” in the words of this volume’s editor. Wilde wrote at a pivotal moment between the Victorian period and modernism, and his work is sometimes considered prescient of the postmodern age.
: Approaches to Teaching the Works of Oscar Wilde (Approaches to Teaching World Literature) (): Smith, Philip E. II: Books5/5(1). An Introductory Approach to Teaching Wilde's Comedies / Sos Eltis ; A Method for Using Biography in the Teaching of Oscar Wilde's Comedies / Melissa Knox ; Teaching Melodrama, Modernity, and Postmodernity in Lady Windermere's Fan / Francesca Coppa ; Wilde about Ibsen: The Fusion of Dramatic Modes in A Woman of No Importance / Kirsten Shepherd-Barr.
An introductory approach to teaching Wilde's comedies / Sos Eltis --A method for using biography in the teaching of Oscar Wilde's comedies / Melissa Knox --Teaching melodrama, modernity, and postmodernity in Lady Windermere's fan / Francesca Coppa --Wilde and Ibsen: the fusion of dramatic modes in A Woman of no importance / Kirsten Shepherd.
Buy Approaches to Teaching the Works of Oscar Wilde by Philip E., II Smith from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Approaches to Teaching the Works of Oscar Wilde brings together an assortment of critical approaches to teaching the plays, poetry, fiction, and criticism of Oscar Wilde.
Neil Sammells, for example, explains that an Irish "nationalist" approach to Wilde contradicts Wilde's "determined deconstruction of essentialisms of all kinds": just as teaching The Importance of.
Extract ← 84 | 85 → 6. Biography Is the New Queer: Teaching Oscar Wilde and Henry James HELENA GURFINKEL SinceI have been teaching an upper-level undergraduate course titled “The Importance of Being Modern: Oscar Wilde and Henry James.” By now, I have taught it three times, each time revising the syllabus and classroom strategies based on both course.
Leanne Grech is an interdisciplinary researcher who is interested nineteenth-century culture and classical reception. She completed a PhD at the University of Melbourne in and is currently teaching history at Trinity College, Melbourne.
Her work on Wilde has been published in Oscar Wilde and Classical Antiquity (). Oscar Wilde was born at 21 Westland Row, Dublin (now home of the Oscar Wilde Centre, Trinity College), the second of three children born to an Anglo-Irish couple: Jane, née Elgee and Sir William was two years younger than his brother, William (Willie) Wilde.
Jane Wilde was a niece (by marriage) of the novelist, playwright and clergyman Charles Maturin ( –. The Woman's world (London. ) with Oscar Wilde () as Directeur de publication Approaches to teaching the works of Oscar Wilde () Built of books () Charaktery i pisma () Oscar's books () Oscar Wilde and.
When considering Approaches to Teaching the Works of Oscar Wilde (and other volumes in this popular and pedagogically helpful series published by the MLA), it is worth reminding ourselves that, strictly speaking, we do not teach works of literature at all. As Northrop Frye was wont to remind us, we do not teach literature.
This volume contains the newly transcribed and annotated text of one of Oscar Wilde's unpublished notebooks that functioned as a major ante-text for the composition of Wilde's first post-graduate essay, Historical Criticism, written in as an entry for the Chancellor's English Essay Prize at Oxford.
Author by: Oscar Wilde Languange: en Publisher by: Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 18 Total Download: File Size: 55,5 Mb Description: Selected works of Oscar Wilde from the series "Best of the Best" is the book that everyone should read to understand themselves and each authors and works for this book.
The Picture of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde downloads; The Importance of Being Earnest: A Trivial Comedy for Serious People Oscar Wilde downloads; The Happy Prince, and Other Tales Oscar Wilde downloads; An Ideal Husband Oscar Wilde downloads; De Profundis Oscar Wilde downloads; A Woman of No Importance Oscar Wilde downloads; Lady Windermere's Fan Oscar Wilde.
Philip E. Smith II, ed. Approaches to Teaching the Works of Oscar Wilde. NY: Modern Language Association, p. Colin Carman Colorado Mountain College This collection makes an important intervention not only into Oscar Wilde scholarship, but also into work on British nineteenth-century literature, theater, Irish, and gender studies.
Read in our apps: iOS Android. He edited Approaches to Teaching the Works of Oscar Wilde (MLA, ). He has also written articles and chapters on Wilde, Constance Naden, Robert Heinlein, Ursula Le Guin, Brian Aldiss, August Wilson, John Galsworthy, Charles Olson, and on issues of curriculum, staffing, and teaching in the profession of English studies.
show more. Oscar Wilde is associated with the doctrine Art for Art's sake. He is believed to be a pure aesthete who thought of morality as being independent of art. Critics often describe the decadence literature to which Wilde belongs as being immoral, morbid, sordid, and perverse.
Some critics find his story The Happy Prince an example of his homosexuality. Approaches to teaching the works of Oscar Wilde / Published: () The modern art of influence and the spectacle of Oscar Wilde / by: Salamensky, S. Published: () Oscar Wilde's Oxford notebooks: a portrait of mind in the making / by: Wilde, Oscar.
Oscar Wilde’s talk inspired his rise and led to his downfall Writer was a compelling conversationalist but it sometimes got him in trouble Tue,Memoirs. Lord Alfred Douglas wrote two books about his relationship with Wilde: Oscar Wilde and Myself (), largely ghost-written by T.W.H.
Crosland, vindictively reacted to Douglas's discovery that De Profundis was addressed to him and defensively tried to distance him from Wilde's scandalous reputation. Both authors later regretted their work.
Later, in Oscar Wilde.There has been a revived interest in Wilde's work; among the best recent volumes are Richard Ellmann's, Oscar Wilde and Regenia Gagnier's Idylls of the Marketplace, two works that vary widely in their critical assumptions and approach to Wilde but that offer rich insights into his complex character.