Oscar Wilde: The Critic as Humanist

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Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1999 - 197 lappuses
Through a discussion of critical works, including The Decay of Lying and De Profundis, Bashford demonstrates the theoretical goals Wilde set for himself in his criticism and how he achieved them.
 

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Interpretation and the Self in The Portrait of Mr W H
21
Creativity and the Self in the Critical Dialogues
28
Fathoming the Soul in De Profundis
45
Wilde as Rhetor and Rhetorician
54
Oscar Wilde as Humanist
77
Defining Humanism
79
The Rise of Historical Criticism and the Consequences of Genuine Explanation
87
The Critic as Humanist
104
Afterword
153
Notes
160
Bibliography
185
Index
191
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29. lappuse - Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.

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