David Charles Rose: Preface

There may well have been more written about Wilde’s Salomé, or Wilde’s and Strauss’s Salomé, than all Wilde’s other plays put together.  As it has always been the purpose of THE OSCHOLARS to stimulate new (o)scholarship, as well as to draw attention to work done elsewhere, we were very pleased when Dr Virginie Pouzet-Duzer consented to commission and edit for us this Special Issue.  This she has done in full measure, and this Special Issue bids fair to develop into the Salomé vade mecum, as more and more material is added – a pleasing paradox, where is concerned the most famous stripper in literature.

David Charles Rose

General Editor, THE OSCHOLARS

Paris, February 2013

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