|THIS IS NOT VERA (Verawench)
Post Number: 436
|Posted on Thursday, March 27, 2003 - 2:13 pm: |
Lorretine - Try "Oscar Wilde's Last Stand: Decadence, Conspiracy, and the Most Outrageous Trial of the Century" by Philip Hoare. A bit sensationalist, but it does detail the lingering effects of Wilde's play on the British moral climate, particularly around WWI. If you need help with Salome-related art in the 19th century, shoot me an email, firstname.lastname@example.org .
Post Number: 898
|Posted on Thursday, March 27, 2003 - 8:32 am: |
Kat, have you seen my Salome pages?
I'm kind of assuming you have since you're here, but I'll post it anyways:
The links up to the right are to galleries. And there are some Wilde links and whatever I wrote about it.
And of course, Ellman's biography is the most excellent:
“A lady who has a secure seat is never prettier than when in the saddle, and she who cannot make her conquest there, may despair of the power of her charms elsewhere.” - THE MANNERS THAT WIN, 1880
|Katarzyna Mostowska (Lorretine)
Post Number: 1
|Posted on Thursday, March 27, 2003 - 6:05 am: |
I am looking for someone who is interested in Salome of Wilde or the others. I will be very grateful for all informations and links, because it is very useful for my masters degree. Thank you in advance, Lorretine