Some French Perspectives published in English

Lucius H. Cook: French Sources of Wilde’s Picture of Dorian Gray. Romantic Review 19.  January 1928
Noreen Doody: An Influential Involvement, Wilde, Yeats and the French Symbolists.  Conference paper, La Deuxieme Conférence de l’EFACIS 17th December 1999 / published in Aaron Kelly & Alan Gillis (edd.): Critical Ireland. Four Courts Press. Dublin 2001
Emily Eells: Naturalizing Oscar Wilde as an homme de lettres: The French Reception of Dorian Gray and Salomé (1895-1922). In Stefano Evangelista (ed.): The Reception of Oscar Wilde in Europe.  London: Continuum 2010
Emily Eells: Wilde’s French Salomé. In Marianne Drugeon (ed.): Studies in the Theatre of Oscar Wilde. Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens.  Montpellier 2010
Richard Hibbitt: The Artist as Aesthete: the French creation of Wilde. In Stefano Evangelista (ed.): The Reception of Oscar Wilde in Europe.  London: Continuum 2010
Ian Andrew MacDonald: Oscar Wilde as a French Writer: Considering Wilde’s French in Salomé.  In Michael Y. Bennett (ed.): Refiguring Oscar Wilde’s Salomé.  Amsterdam: Rodopi 2011
Donald Mead: The French Perspective. The Wildean 18. January 2001
Edward H. Mikhail: The French Influences on Oscar Wilde’s Comedies.  Revue de Littérature Comparée 42. 1968
Walter W. Nelson: Oscar Wilde’s Allusions and References to Baudelaire, An Essay.  Lund: The Author 2001
Armelle Parey: Representations de l’ère victorienne dans le roman des Iles Britanniques 1969-1995: The French Lieutenant’s Woman de John Fowles, The Last Testament of Oscar Wilde de Peter Ackroyd, Nice Word de David Lodge, Possession de A.S.Byatt. Thesis Université de Caen 2000. Référence : 00caen1290
Charles B. Paul & Robert D. Pepper: The Importance of Reading Alfred: Oscar Wilde’s Debt to Alfred de Musset.  Bulletin of the New York Public Library 5.  1971
Z. Raafat: The Literary Indebtedness of Wilde’s Salomé to Sardou’s Theodora.  Revue de la Littérature Comparée 40 1966
Ignacio Ramos Gay: From Dumas fils’ Étrangère to Wilde’s Aventurière: French Theatrical Forerunners of the Wildean Female Dandy. In Marianne Drugeon (ed.): Studies in the Theatre of Oscar Wilde. Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens.  Montpellier 2010
Neil Sammells: Wilde and Dandyism : From Baudelaire to Bowie.  Conference paper, La Deuxieme Conférence de l’EFACIS 17th December 1999
Christa Satzinger: The French Influence on Oscar Wilde’s Picture of Dorian Gray and Salomé.  Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press 1994
Clive Scott: Figure & Syllabic Expression – Simile in the Poetry of Wilde and Baudelaire. In: Clive Scott: A Question of Syllables – essays in Nineteenth Century French Verse.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.  1986
Karen Sasha Tipper: A Study of the Relationship between Charles Baudelaire and Oscar Wilde.  Ann Arbor thesis 1975
Marco Wan: From the Rack to the Press: Representation of the Oscar Wilde Trials in the French Newspaper Le Temps. Law and Literature Vol. 18, No. 1 Spring 2006.  On line
[posted 12.v.2012]

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