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DECEMBER 2017

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan Pearce: Oscar, the Second Coming Part XXXI and conclusion

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Thomas Wright on Nicholas Frankel’s Unrepentant Wilde

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • Article by Angie Blumberg

NOVEMBER 2017

Wilde Eventsgo.3b

  • Wilde productions in Amsterdam, Buffalo, London, Paris
    and Sydney
  • Lecture by Nicholas Frankel in Delaware

Announcements: Lectures, Conferences and Callsgo.3b

  • Call for Papers: Victorian Fantasy
  • Call for Papers: Victorian Forgery and Imitation
  • Call for Papers: Fraud and Forgery in Literature of the Long Nineteenth Century
  • Conference: Curiosity and Desire in fin-de-siècle Art and Literature

Awardsgo.3b

  • The Richard Stein Prize

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Eleanor Macnair: Oscar Wilde
  • Dan Pearce: Oscar, the Second Coming Part XXX

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Michael Y. Bennett on Philip E. Smith II on Wilde’s historical criticism

Library go.3b

  • Arnold Bennett on De Profundis † 
  • Nevin Yıldırım Koyuncu on Wilde and Stoppard † 
  • Isobel Murray on Dorian Gray † 
  • Robert Ross on The Soul of Man † 

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • Articles by José Angel García Landa and John Kirkaldy
  • Book by James Hodgson
  • The latest publications by the Oscar Wilde Society

OCTOBER 2017

Announcements: Lectures, Conferences and Callsgo.3b

  • Wilde and Beardsley in Sweden; Decadent Women in Oxford; Wilde at the Sorbonne; Ruskin in London

The Artist as Critic go.3b

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Roselinde Supheert on Martine Englebert on Wilde music

Library go.3b

  • Margot Asquith on Wilde † 
  • Julian Maclaren-Ross on Wilde † 
  • Michael Molino on Dorian Gray † 
  • Robert Ross on Salomé
  • A.B. Walkley on Lady Windermere’s Fan
  • Eibhear Walshe on Wilde as gay Irishman
  • Barbara Wright on Baudelaire and Dorian Gray

Links go.3b

  • Newly revised

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

    • French translation of the latest Brandreth
    • New collection of aphorisms edited by Colleen Sattler
    • New French edition of Teleny
    • New book on Wilde by Nicholas Frankel

Other Publications noted: Fin de sièclego.3b

  • The Backhouse memoirs

SEPTEMBER 2017

The Artist as Criticgo.3b

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Noreen Doody on Desmarais and Baldick on Symons
  • Giles Whiteley on Michael Y. Bennett’s collection on Wilde and philosophy

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Wilde Glimpsed from Afar (17): Wilde on the Western Front

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • New article by Natasha Frost
  • New article by Christian Gerzso
  • New article by Helena Gurfinkel
  • New article by Emily Orlando
  • New article by Simon Stern
  • New article by Giles Whiteley
  • Kathleen Riley, Alastair Blanshard, Iarla Manny (edd.) New essay collection on Wilde and Classical Antiquity

AUGUST 2017

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Juliette Frelon: An Illuminated edition of The Selfish Giant
  • Dan Pearce: Oscar, the Second Coming Part XXVII

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Isabelle Gatt on the Francis Spiteri Paris Oscar Wilde Collection
  • David Charles Rose on Lady Windermere in London and Cambridge

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Wilde Glimpsed from Afar (16): Wilde Bill Hickok?

Library go.3b

  • Jeremy Barris on The Importance of being Earnest
  • Patricia Flanagan Behrendt on The Importance of being Earnest
  • Annie Bisang on Salomé
  • Leon Botstein on Zemlinsky
  • Gyles Brandreth on Wilde as detective
  • Edmund Burke on Wilde’s death
  • Seweryn Chomet on Count de Maunay
  • Peter Cogman on Salomé
  • Robert Fraser on Proust & Wilde
  • Elana Gomel on Dorian Gray
  • C. Robert Holloway on Wilde
  • Rainer Kohlmayer on Bunbury in Germany
  • Joseph Loewenstein on The Importance of being Earnest
  • Cary Mazer on The Importance of being Earnest
  • Jonathan Rose on Wilde and Churchill

Some Sell & Others Buy go.3b

  • A Wilde letter
  • A new source of Wilde merchandise

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • New article by Miruna Miru

JULY 2017

Announcements: Lectures, Conferences and Callsgo.3b

  • Wilde and Shakespeare in Paris
  • Wilde in Singapore

Announcements: Theatre / Filmgo.3b

  • A new film on Wilde
  • Salomé at Stratford
  • Wilde at the Shaw Festival
  • A Wilde season in London

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan Pearce: Oscar, the Second Coming Part XXVI

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Gert Buelens on Michèle Mendelssohn on Wilde and Henry James
  • Bénédicte Coste on a collection of essays on Vernon Lee edited by Sophie Geoffroy + Sophie Geoffroy’s response
  • Tine Englebert on a production of Antoine Mariotte’s Salomé
  • Gwen Orel on An Ideal Husband in New York
  • Léonee Ormonde on Molly Whittington-Egan on Wilde and Frank Miles
  • David Charles Rose on Thomas Kilroy
  • Eva Thienpont on Maeterlinck

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Alan Bergin on Katherine Thurston
  • Faith Binckes & Katherine Laing on Hannah Lynch 
  • Marylu Hill on Mr W.H. 
  • Angus Mitchell on Alice Stopford Green
  • Tina O’Toole on New Women
  • Julie Anne Stevens on Somerville & Ross
  • Sonja Tiernan on Eva Gore-Booth

The Poetic Legacy go.3b

  • Raymond Calvert on William Bloat

Some Sell & Others Buy go.3b

  • A Wilde MS aphorism

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • New article by Anhiti Patnaik
  • The Wildean no.51
  • New book by Dan Pearce
  • New article by Xavier Giudicelli

JUNE 2017

Announcements: Lectures, Conferences and Callsgo.3b

  • Arthur Symons in London

Announcements: Awards go.3b

  • The Dunlap Fellowship

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XXV

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Linda Dryden on Henley and Stevenson
  • Ruth Kinna on David Goodway’s Anarchist Seeds 
  • John McRae on  Hirschfeld’s homosexuals 
  • John S. Partington on Ruth Livesey on Socialism, Sex and Æstheticism
  • Kathleen Riley on Christopher Stray on Gilbert Murray
  • Annabel Rutherford on Mary Fleischer’s Dancers 
  • Laurence Talairach-Vielmas on John Glendening’s Evolutionary Imagination 
  • Richard Toye on John Partington’ s Wells 

Publications noted: Fin de sièclego.3b

  • The Jewelled Tortoise
  • Volupté

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • Articles by Miruna Miru, Ivan Canadas and Emily Orlando

MAY 2017

Announcements: Lectures, Conferences and Callsgo.3b

  • Morris and Ruskin in Toronto

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Thierry Esther: Oscar Wilde Ombre
  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XXIV

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Chiara Briganti on Nicoletta Pireddu on Wilde among the Anthropologists
  • John Duncan on Earnest in Oregon
  • Tamaki Horie on Salomé in Tokyo
  • Lucia Krämer on Angela Kingston’s fictitious Wilde
  • Maria Luddy on Karen Tipper’s  Speranza + Karen Tipper’s reply
  • Mathilde Mazau on Dorian Gray in Edinburgh
  • Donald Mead on Salomé in London
  • Joan Navarre on Salomé in London
  • Gwen Orel on The Selfish Giant in New York
  • David Charles Rose on Heather White on Wilde at school
  • Horst Schroeder on The Dwarf in Brunswick
  • Jessica Wardhaugh on Sébastien Rutés on Wilde among the Anarchists

Exhibitions go.3b

  • Victorian Passions in Delaware

Publications noted: Fin de sièclego.3b

  • Elisa Bizzotto on Pater
  • French Studies

Publications noted: Æsthetes and Dandiesgo.3b

  • New article on Lionel Johnson

Wilde in Performance go.3b

  • The Importance of being Earnest: 153 additions
  • Link to the Museum of the City of New York photograph collection

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • Philip E. Smith II’s edition of Wilde’s Historical Criticism Notebook
  • New edition of Intentions

APRIL 2017

Announcements: Lectures, Conferences and Callsgo.3b

  • Proust and Music in Oxford
  • Antoine Compagnon: ‘Rereading Proust in 2017’ in London
  • Authors’ houses
  • The Octave Mirbeau centenary
  • New work on Vernon Lee
  • The VanArsdel Prize
  • Call for Papers: Marie Corelli
  • Call for Papers: Æsthetics and Form in Victorian Art, Literature, and Culture
  • Call for Papers: ‘Curiosity and Desire in Fin-de-Siècle Art and Literature’

Announcements: Theatrego.3b

  • Dorian Gray in Paris in English

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Peadar Lamb: The Happy Prince
  • Dan Pearce: Oscar, the Second Coming Part XXIII

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Aoife Leahy on An Ideal Husband in Dublin
  • Michael O’Rourke on The Star Child in Dublin
  • George Orwell on The Soul of Man under Socialism
  • David Charles Rose on Salomé in London
  • Alan Sinfield on Trevor Fisher’s Wilde and Douglas, and Trevor Fisher’s reply
  • Philip E. Smith on Earnest in Pittsburgh
  • Anne Varty on Giles Whiteley on Wilde’s philosophy
  • Eibhear Walshe on An Ideal Husband in Cork

Exhibitions go.3b

  • Wilde themed exhibition in Malta
  • Exhibition of Wilde illustrations by Patrick Chambon

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Oscar Wilde and Klaus Kinski
  • Wilde Glimpsed from Afar (15)

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Elke D’hoker on Somerville & Ross
  • Christopher S. Nassaar on Earnest and Alice
  • Daniel Novak on Wilde’s hands
  • David Charles Rose on the Chilterns
  • Maxwell Siegel on losing parents
  • Walter Walker on Wilde in America
  • Julia Wood on mythologising Wilde
  • Floortje Zwigtman on her Tricks of the Trade

Some Sell & Others Buy go.3b

  • A Wilde edition for auction
  • A Wilde letter for auction

Videmusgo.3b

  •  The Importance of being Earnest in Monaco

Wilde in Performance go.3b

  • A Woman of No Importance

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • New edition of Rue des Beaux Arts
  • A new collection of essays edited by Annette Magid

Other Publications notedgo.3b

  • Two essays on John Gray by Lewis Whitaker
  • A new book on Proust

MARCH 2017

Announcementsgo.3b

  • Curiosity and Desire in Fin-de-Siècle Art and Literature
  • The Octave Mirbeau Centenary

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XXII
  • Jennifer Pohl: Dorian Gray

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Bruce Bashford on Florina Tufescu on Wilde and Plagiarism
  • John Partington on Graham Johnson’s Victorian social democrats
  • Annabel Rutherford on L.E. Butler on relief in Venice
  • Annabel Rutherford on Catherine Maxwell’s visionary imagination
  • Tanya Touwen on Caspar Wintermans’ Wilde and Couperus
  • Rosemary Yeoland on Gillian Opstad’s Mélisande

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • A new article by Andrea Selleri
  • A new collection of essays edited by Michael Y. Bennett

FEBRUARY 2017

Announcementsgo.3b

  • Special offer of Oscar Wilde’s Elegant Republic
  • Lecture on William Morris by Charlotte Ribeyrol

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XXI

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Ellen Crowell on Emer O’Sullivan on the Wilde family
  • Paula Murphy on Augustus Saint-Gaudens
  • Richard Nate on David Stack on Darwinians
  • Maureen O’Connor on Julie Anne Stevens on Somerville & Ross
  • Richard Olney on Tamara Wagner on Speculation
  • Neil Sammells on David Blake on Walt Whitman
  • David Charles Rose on Alexandra Warwick on Wilde
  • Julie Anne Stevens on Shelton Waldrep on Victorian Fakery
  • Laurence Talairach-Vielmas on Kimberly Harrison & Richard Fantina on Victorian Sensations
  • Eva Thienpont on William Morris

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Alex Davis on Synge and Decadence
  • Yahia Labibidi on Aphorisms
  • Ian Ross on Wilde as Hellenist

Videmusgo.3b

  • Begun in January 2017, a new section featuring videos.  This month: Aubrey Beardsley and Vyvyan Holland.

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • A new edition of The Wildean

Other publications notedgo.3b

  • A new edition of The Latchkey

JANUARY 2017

Announcements go.3b

  • Call for Papers: New journal
  • Lecture on Wilde and Rachilde

The Artist as Criticgo.3b

  • Fred Aris: Oscar and Bosie
  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XX

Assuming Oscar Said It go.3b

  • A new misattribution

Bibliographies and Collections go.3b

  • Wilde in the USA (bibliography)

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Emily Eells on Michael Y. Bennett’s Wilde essays
  • Stefano Evangelista on David Charles Rose on Wilde and Paris
  • Susan Johnston on Susan Ferley’s Earnest in Saskatchewan
  • Richard Olney on Simon Gunn on Victorian Middle Class Culture
  • Tiffany Perala on Merlin Holland on Wilde
  • Tiffany Perala on Travesties in Nottingham
  • Pilvi Rajamäe on Kate Macdonald on John Buchan
  • David Charles Rose on extraordinary gentlemen 
  • David Charles Rose on Redgrave’s De Profundis
  • Walter Satterthwaite on Wilde in America
  • John Stokes on Christopher Greenwood on Henry James
  • Laurence Talairach-Vielmas on Anne Stiles (ed.) on Neurology and Literatur
  • Marion Thain on Vineta Colby on Vernon Lee
  • Eva Thienpont on Dassin’s Canterville Ghost
  • Eva Thienpont on Salomé in Ghent
  • Eva Thienpont on Wilde in Leuven
  • Julia Wood on the Selfish Giant in Leicester
  • Linda Zatlin on Beardsley and Dulac in Dulwich
  • Marie-Noëlle Zeender on Mathieu Térence and Will Self on Dorian Gray

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Oscar glimpsed from afar 14

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Faith Binckes and Kathryn Laing on Hannah Lynch
  • Heidi Hansson on Emily Lawless
  • Sandra Mayer on Wilde in Vienna
  • David Charles Rose on Wilde and Rodd
  • Horst Schroeder on Wilde’s Grosvenor Gallery reviews
  • Andrea Selleri on Decadence
  • Sven-Johan Spånberg on Salomé and the Novels of Balzac
  • Sarah Victoria Turner on Wilde’s tomb
  • Emmanuel Vernadakis on Wilde and Williams
  • Costanza Vettori on De Profundis
  • Linda Pui-ling Wong on Wilde’s influence on modern Chinese literature

Publications go.3bnoted

  • A new edition of Rue des Beaux Arts

Videmusgo.3b

  • A new section featuring videos, beginning with Merlin Holland and Patrick Cambon

DECEMBER 2016

The Artist as Criticgo.3b

  • Dan Pearce: Oscar, the Second Coming Part XIX

Assuming Oscar Said It go.3b

  • A new misattribution

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Sue Lloyd on Claudette Joannis on Sarah Bernhardt
  • Pascale Mc Garry on Marie Krysinska’s poetry
  • Derek Mahon on Sue Lloyd on Edmond Rostand
  • Elizabeth Carolyn Miller on James Alexander on Shaw’s Socialism
  • Bart Moore-Gilbert on Roberta Baldi on Kipling’s Departmental Ditties
  • Maureen F. Moran on Kenneth Daley on Pater and Ruskin
  • Mireille Naturel on Evelyne Bloch-Dano on Madame Proust
  • Michael O’Rourke on Richard Halpern on Sodomy and Sublimity in the Sonnets, Wilde, Freud, and Lacan
  • Patrick Pollard on Xavier Giudicelli on Dorian Gray
  • Patrick Pollard on Masson & Prévost on Wilde and Gide
  • Marco Pustianaz on James Willsher on English Decadence
  • Julie-Ann Robson on Charles Conder
  • David Charles Rose on Joseph Bristow on Oscar Wilde and Modern Culture
  • Caroline Rossiter on Oscar Wilde, l’impertinent absolu
  • Liberato Santoro-Brienza on Elisa Bizzotto on the imaginary portrait at the fin de siècle
  • Roselinde Supheert on Salomé in Amsterdam
  • Laurence Talairach-Vielmas on Andrew Mangham’s Violent Women
  • Laurence Talairach-Vielmas on Sarah A. Willburn on Victorian Mystical Writings
  • Yves T’Sjoen / Eva Thienpont on Maeterlinck tr. Stefaan van den Bremt

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • James Gregory on Lady Mount Temple and Constance Wilde
  • Yvonne Ivory on Wilde in Modernist German Opera
  • Alberto Lázaro on The Picture of Dorian Gray in Postwar Spain
  • Ranald Macdonald on Pater and Hegel
  • Mia L. McIver on subjection  in Morris, Pater, and Wilde
  • Brendan McWilliams on Wilde and the Weather
  • Heather Marcovitch on Wilde at the Shaw Festival, Niagara-on-the Lake
  • Jeremiah Merceruio on Max Beerbohm and the Art of Decadent Illustration
  • Terry L. Meyers on Pagans and Paganism
  • Andreas Pichler on Fog in The Picture Of Dorian Gray
  • Annie Ramel on The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • David Charles Rose on Vyvyan Holland 
  • Bruce Stewart on fin de siècle Metaphysics in Wilde, Yeats and Joyce
  • Miles Tittle on  P. Craig Russell’s Salomé 
  • James P. Walsh on Leadville

Publications go.3bnoted

  • Oscar Wilde Prefigured: Queer Fashioning and British Caricature, 1750-1900 by Dominic Janes
  • The Brothers Wilde by Richard Woulfe
  • New article on The Ballad of Reading Gaol by Peter Robinson

Some Sell and Others Buygo.3b

  • A new scent

NOVEMBER 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • Call for Papers: George Bernard Shaw

The Artist as Criticgo.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XVIII

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Chantal Beauvalot on Georges-Paul Collet’s Jacques-Emile Blanche
  • Phillippa Bennett on Tom Pinkney’s Morris
  • Isa Bickmann on  Fludernik &  Humml’s fin-de-siècle
  • Elisa Bizzotto on Michael Matthew Kaylor on Hopkins, Pater and Wilde
  • Luca Caddia on Daniel A. Novak’s photography and fiction
  • Susan Cahill on Laurence Talairach-Vielmas’ Female Body
  • Simon Dentith on Lady Bracknell’s Confinement
  • Peter Dunwoodie on Mallarmé’s Herodias
  • Tine Englebert on Floortje Zwigtman’s Spiegeljongen
  • Michael Patrick Gillespie on Madeleine Humphreys on Edward Martyn
  • Christine Huguet on Margaret D. Stetz and Cheryl A. Wilson (edd.) on Michael Field
  • Jarlath Killeen on Catherine Maxwell’s Swinburne
  • Mary C. King on Hedda Gabler
  • Ruth Kinna on H. Gustav Klaus and Stephen Knight (edd.) on Anarchism
  • Andreas Kramer on Isa Bickmann‘s Leonardismus
  • Paul Levy on Kenneth James on Escoffier
  • Ruth Livesey on Leela Gandhi on the Fin-de-Siècle and Friendship

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Michel Borel on translating Wilde
  • David Cottington on the Avant-garde
  • Antonio José Couso Liañez on Wilde as Satirist
  • Joost Daalder on Salomé
  • Helen Caroline Davies on Trilby, The Picture of Dorian Gray, and anxieties about influence
  • Niko Endres on Lowes Dickinson and Greek Love
  • Magali Fleurot on Socialism and Wilde
  • Paul Fortunato on Oscar Wilde’s Journalism and the Aesthetics of Lying
  • Elisa Gray on Decadence
  • Elisa Gray on The Sphinx
  • Irena Grubica on Wilde, Pop Music and The Art of Self-Invention
  • Danielle Guérin-Rose: Des Profondeurs
  • Alan Hart on Oscar Wade Wilde
  • Trevor Harris on William Morris
  • Leila Johnston on De Profundis
  • Sondeep Kandola on Dorian Gray
  • Mansour Khelifa on De Profundis
  • Aoife Leahy on Wilde Over There*
  • Kawinthra Luck: The theme of influence in Dorian Gray
  • John Mackenzie: Some Reflections on Aspects of Modernity
  • Arnaud Page: The ‘Crisis of Modernity’ and Graham Wallas
  • Stéphanie Prévost: The Eastern Question and Britain’s Foreign Policy (1876-1896)
  • David Charles Rose: Oscar Wilde and Pierre Puvis de Chavannes: Footnote to a Vermilion Line
  • David Charles Rose: Peering at Wilde through magic Casements

Publications go.3bnoted

Some Sell and Others Buygo.3b

  • A Sotheby’s sale

OCTOBER 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • Book launch in Paris

The Artist as Criticgo.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XVII

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Ivana Bacik on Merlin Holland on Wilde’s trials
  • Elżbieta Baraniecka on Earnest in Augsburg
  • Uwe Böker on Wilde’s legacy
  • Joost Daalder on The Portrait of Mr W.H.
  • Antoine Capet on Millais
  • Petra ten-Doesschate Chu on Pissarro
  • Margaret de Fonblanque on Toulouse-Lautrec in Vienna
  • María DeGuzmán on Junot Diaz on Oscar Wao
  • Jane Desmarais on Diana Holmes on Rachilde
  • Richard Dury on Katherine Linehan’s edition of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
  • Tine Englebert on Zemlinsky in Brussels
  • Richard Fantina on Adrian Wisnicki on conspiracy
  • Trevor Fisher on Colm Tóibín’s Love in a Dark Time
  • Richard Freed on Dorian Gray in Lexington
  • Nicola Gauld on Rodin
  • Patricia Gillespie & Sam Olson on Salomé in Honolulu
  • Tina Gray on Joy Melville on Ellen Terry
  • Jacqueline Groth on Toni Bentley on Salomé
  • Danielle Guérin on An Ideal Husband in Paris
  • Danielle Guérin on exhibiting Salomé
  • Malcolm Hicks on Walter Crane
  • Michael D. Higgins on Ben Levitas on theatre
  • Peter Hyldekjær on Salomé in Copenhagen
  • Lesley Jenike on Earnest  in Cincinnati
  • Jean-David Jumeau-Lafond on Gustave Moreau
  • Petra Kerkhove  on Floortje Zwigtman’s Schijnbewegingen
  • Ruth Kinna on Brian Morris on Kropotkin
  • Rainer Kohlmayer on Waleska Schwandt’s revisionism
  • Rainer Kohlmayer on Florina Tufescu’s Wilde’s plagiarism
  • Eugene D. LeMire on William Morris in Adelaide
  • Mark Llewellyn on Earnest in Swansea
  • Deirdre McMahon on Toni Bentley on Salomé
  • John McRae on Neil McKenna on Wilde
  • Sandra Mayer on Kolo Moser in Vienna
  • Sandra Mayer on Sacher-Masoch in Graz
  • Mathilde Mazau on Isaure de Saint-Pierre’s Wilde & Douglas (in French)
  • Roger Moss on Earnest in Brighton
  • Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin on Caspar Wintermans’ Bosie
  • Tiffany Perala on Earnest in Nottingham
  • Richard Pine  on John Sloan’s Oscar Wilde
  • Patrick Pollard on Pascal Aquien’s Oscar Wilde
  • Virginie Pouzet-Duzer on Rhonda Garelick’s Electric Salomé
  • Annabel Rutherford on Rhonda Garelick’s Electric Salomé
  • Philip E. Smith on Earnest in Pittsburgh
  • Joni Spigler on Gustave Moreau in Paris
  • Eva Thienpont on Earnest in Ghent
  • Heather White on Earnest in Belfast*

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Salomé and Eleonora Duse

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • M. Tully Atkinson on Wilde and Somerset Maugham
  • Constant Bantman on British Anarchism
  • Patricia Flanagan Behrendt on Wilde
  • Jason Boyd on Wilde and Victorian Edutainment
  • Isabelle Cases on Architecture, Arts & Crafts
  • Robin Chamberlain on the Cruelty of Women
  • Nevin Yıldırım Koyuncu on Wilde and Stoppard
  • Kate Macdonald on Wilde, Betjeman and Buchan
  • Annabel Rutherford on Wilde and Diaghilev
  • Marcelle Wong on Whistler and Wilde

The Poetic Legacy go.3b

  • New posting of John Betjeman’s ‘Arrest of Oscar Wilde’

SEPTEMBER 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • Special issue of Victorian Poetry
  • Conference: 19thc. masculinities
  • New production of The Duchess of Padua
  • Wilde panel in Toronto
  • New production of More Lives than One
  • Oscar Wilde Seminar in London

The Artist as Criticgo.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XVI

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Saralinda Abitbol on Redgrave
  • Jad Adams on R.K.R. Thornton’s Wratislaw
  • Anne Anderson on Leslie Mitchell’s Lytton
  • Pascal Aquien on Smith’s Approaches  
  • Bruce Bashford on Dorian Gray
  • Bruce Bashford on Zemlinsky
  • Bruce Bashford on Michael Robertson’s Whitman
  • John Batchelor on John Gardiner’s Victorians
  • Sighle Bhreathnach-Lynch on Debra Mancoff’s Pre-Raphaelite flowers
  • Leanne Bibby on Louise Hadley’s Neo-Victorians
  • Mary Warner Blanchard on David Weir’s American decadence
  • Anne Bogle on Thomas Kilroy’s Constance Wilde
  • Chiara Briganti on Marco Pustianaz and Luisa Villa’s Masculinities
  • Grace Brockington on Talia Schaffer’s Literature and Culture + Talia Schaffer’s reply
  • John Bryce on Matthew Bourne’s Dorian
  • Anya Clayworth on G.W.M. Reynolds edited by Anne Humpherys and Louis James
  • Bénédicte Coste on Douglas Mao’s fateful beauty
  • Rebecca Crowley on Daisy Goodwin’s last duchess
  • Linda Dryden on Deborah Lutz’s Dangerous Lovers
  • Andrew Eastham on Smith’s Approaches
  • Tine Englebert on Salomé
  • Paul Fox on Caroline Blyth’s decadet poets
  • Adrian Frazier on Melissa Knox’s Wilde
  • Regenia Gagnier on Patience
  • Regenia Gagnier on Sheila Rowbotham’s Carpenter
  • Penny Gay on Gross Indecency
  • Yvonne Ivory on Lucia Krämer’s fictionalised Wilde
  • Sondeep Kandola on Corin Redgrave’s De Profundis
  • Angela Kingston on Wilde in Dieppe
  • Marie-Luise Kohlke on Merlin Holland’s table talk
  • Lucia Krämer on Oeser’s alphabetic Wilde
  • Aoife Leahy on Wilde in gay Dublin
  • John McRae on Josephine Small & Ian Guy’s Wilde study
  • Katherine Maynard on Gross Indecency
  • Mathilde Mazau on Isaure de Saint-Pierre on Wilde and Douglas
  • Maureen O’Connor on Jarlath Killeen on Wilde
  • Gwen Orel on Earnest
  • Léonee Ormond on Wilde’s Duchess
  • Léonee Ormond on The Selfish Giant
  • Michelle Paull on Salomé
  • Tiffany Perala on Earnest
  • Richard Pine on Parker’s Dorian Gray
  • David Charles Rose on Wilde’s Homer
  • Philip E. Smith II on Thomas Wright’s Oscar’s Books
  • Julia Steck on Earnest
  • Eva Thienpont on Tim Bellens’ Wilde
  • Eva Thienpont on Jeroen Oelyslaegers’ Wilde
  • Emmanuel Vernadakis on Christopher Nassaar’s Earnest
  • Marie-Noëlle Zeender on Lottman’s Wilde

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Caroline de Bendern:  Letter to Oscar
  • Eleanor Fitzsimons on Wilde’s American hostesses (abstract)
  • Matthew Brinton Tildesley on Wilde and Buddhism

Publications go.3bnoted

  • New book by Patrick Chambon
  • New article by Caroline Sumpter
  • New French translation by François Dupuigrenet-Desroussilles
  • New French translation of Speranza


AUGUST 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • George Egerton Conference

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XV

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Pia de Richemont: Review of Wilde MSS in Oxford
  • Jeremy Stubbs on Rosemary Yeoland’s new Camille Mauclair translation
  • Sandra Meškova, Viesturs Vecgrāvis and Kārlis Vērdiņš  on Ilze Kačāne on Wilde in Latvia

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • The complete text of Ilze Kačāne’s Oskars Vailds. Latvijas „oskariāna” [Oscar Wilde. Latvian „Oscariana”]
  • Bruce Bashford: ‘Thinking in Stories’: Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Sphinx Without a Secret’
  • Brandy Clark: ‘Rose-White Purity’: Flowers in The Picture of Dorian Gray

The Poetic Legacy go.3b

  • New haiku by Gabriel Rosenstock

Publications  go.3bnoted

  • New article by Rebecca Mitchell
  • New book by Xavier Giudicelli
  • New edition of Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime

Round Up go.3b

  • Summaries of the worldwide Wilde in 2004 and 2005

Wilde Journals go.3b

  • The Table of Contents of all issues of The Wildean has been updated to include no.49, July 2016


JULY 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • New Robert Louis Stevenson Newsletter
  • Call for papers about American, British, European, and/or World theatre during the long nineteenth century
  • Events in Reading Gaol

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XIV

Exhibitions go.3b

  • Details of the Paris Oscar Wilde Exhibition, with Press Release
  • Richard Le Gallienne

The Poetic Legacy go.3b

  • New poem by Gabriel Rosenstock

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Josephine Whelan on Dorian Gray and Gothic servants

Publications  go.3bnoted

  • Two new Wilde translations into French

Round Up go.3b

  • Summaries of the worldwide Wilde in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014

JUNE 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • Fin de siècle conference at Birkbeck

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XIII

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Frederick Roden: Review of The Judas Kiss in New York
  • Frederick Roden: Review of Gerald Barry’s Earnest
  • Lily Rothenberg: Review of The Judas Kiss in New York

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Pascal Aquien on Wilde and Keats
  • Ryan Weberling on Wilde and Race
  • Eva Roa White on The Importance of being Earnest

Publications  go.3bnoted

  • New article by Philippe Corcuff
  • New article by Graham Price
  • New book by Emer O’Sullivan
  • New book on Beardsley by Linda Zatlin
  • New editions of Rue des Beaux Arts and Etudes anglaises


MAY 2016

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XII

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Alice Condé: Review of Kostas Boyiopoulos: The Decadent Image: The Poetry of Wilde, Symons and Dowson
  • Frederick Roden: Review of James Campbell: Oscar Wilde, Wilfred Owen, and Male Desire: Begotten, Not Made

Exhibitions go.3b

  • Two exhibitions noted

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Shooting the Pianist

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Sarah Balkin: Realizing Personality in The Importance of Being Earnest (abstract)
  • Vybarr Cregan-Reid:  Running Wilde: Landscape, the Body, and the History of the Treadmill (abstract)
  • Howard R. Wolf: Wit and Its Relation to Freedom and Convention: Individualism (Psychology) and Socialism (Anarchism) (conference paper)

Publications  go.3bnoted

  • New article by Sarah Balkin
  • New article by Joey Franklin
  • New issue of Intentions

Round Up go.3b

  • A summary of the worldwide Wilde in 2015


APRIL 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • William Morris’s library
  • Robert Louis Stevenson’s library

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XI

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Anthony Fry: Review of Danielle et Christian Morris: Sigmund Freud et le fantôme d’Oscar Wilde
  • D.C. Rose:  Review of Horst Schroeder: Oscar Wilde’s Reviews of the Grosvenor Gallery Exhibitions of 1877 and 1879: A Supplement to Reviews No. 1 and No. 4 in the Journalism’ volume of the OET ‘Complete Works of Oscar Wilde’
  • Aileen Ruane:  Review of Emily Eells (ed.):  Wilde in Earnest

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Oscar Wilde and C.S. Lewis

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Thomas Wright:  Wilde’s reading at school