3 edition of influence of Pater and Matthew Arnold in the prose-writings of Oscar Wilde found in the catalog.
influence of Pater and Matthew Arnold in the prose-writings of Oscar Wilde
Ernst Paulus Bendz
|Statement||by Ernst Bendz.|
|LC Classifications||PR5824 .B4 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||73009753|
Introduction: Matthew Arnold: The Writer as Touchstone JOHN P. FARRELL Matthew Arnold died in So too did Sir Henry Maine, Edward Lear, and Bronson Alcott. The year marked the centenary of Byron's birth. The Times celebrated its one hundredth anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone celebrated their fiftieth. There was bitter cold in Size: 22KB. Selected Prose of Oscar Wilde by Oscar Wilde opined that the reason the works of Pater and Wilde were no longer read was owing to both authors having treated English as a dead language. By a singular coincidence I had purchased simultaneously with the newspaper a shilling copy of Pater’s “Renaissance,” published by Messrs. Macmillan Author: Socialpolitan.
Matthew Arnold Irving Babbitt. This article, a review of Matthew Arnold: How to Know Him, by Stuart P. Sherman, first appeared in The Nation, August 2, It currently is available in Irving Babbitt, Character and Culture (New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, ).. Two or three good articles on Matthew Arnold have been written, notably that by Mr. W. C. Brownell in . By the s, Oscar Wilde's court‐room defence of the ‘love that dare not speak its name’ as an admirable form of pederastic eros was doomed in the face of a prosecution that accused him of trying to seduce the nation's youth 35 On Wilde as corrupter of youth, see e.g. Ari Adut, ‘A Theory of Scandal: Victorians, Homosexuality, and Author: Kate Fisher, Jana Funke. Pater’s early influence was confined to a small circle in Oxford, but he came to have a widespread effect on the next literary generation. Oscar Wilde, George Moore, and the aesthetes of the s were among his followers and show obvious and continual traces .
Title: Oscar Wilde and the interrelationships among critic, artist, and society: Creator: Strickland, Paul David: Date Issued: Description: The purpose of this thesis is to examine Wilde's aesthetic, to find his most consistent beliefs beneath his many shifts in critical viewpoint, and to determine his contribution to modern attitudes toward Art and criticism'.Author: Paul David Strickland. atthew Arnold, poet and critic, was born at Laleham on the Thames, the eldest son of Thomas Arnold, historian and great headmaster of Rugby, and of Mary (Penrose) was educated at Winchester; Rugby, where he won a prize for a poem on "Alaric at Rome"; and Oxford, to which he went as a Scholar of Balliol College in , and where he won the Newdigate Prize for . The French Influences on Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray and Salome. Lewiston, N.Y: The Edwin Mellen Press. Lewiston, N.Y: The Edwin Mellen Press. Schopenhauer, A. ().
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedOscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde (16 October – 30 November ) was an Pdf writer, poet and prominent aesthete. His parents were successful Dublin intellectuals, and from an early age he showed his intelligence, becoming fluent in French and German, then an outstanding classicist, first at Dublin, then at Oxford.This is a study of what I argue is download pdf neglected side of Aestheticism.
A standard definition of Aestheticism is that its practitioners turn away from the general current of modernity to protest its utilitarian and materialistic values, but this generalization ignores the profound influence of contemporary philosophical and scientific thought on such major figures of British Aestheticism .Oscar Wilde  Ebook Octo Dublin , Ireland Died: Novem Paris , France  Irish-born English author, dramatist, and poet The English author Oscar Wilde  was part of the "art for art's sake" movement in English literature  .