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9780321427137

Picture of Dorian Gray, The, A Longman Cultural Edition

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  • ISBN13:

    9780321427137

  • ISBN10:

    0321427130

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2006-10-16
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

From Longman's new Cultural Editions Series, Oscar Wilde'sThe Picture of Dorian Gray, edited by Andrew Elfenbein, includes the novel and contextual materials from the era of Oscar Wilde.This edition of Oscar Wilde's classic work, The Picture of Dorian Gray, highlights the novel's modernity in both its form and its revolutionary content, and traces its links to modernist literature and the culture of modernity alike.Readers interested in Oscar Wilde.

Author Biography

Andrew Elfenbein is the Morse-Alumni Distinguish Teaching Professor of English at the University of Minnesota. He works on 18th- and 19th-century British literature, gender and sexuality studies, the history of English, and cognitive approaches to reading.

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
vii
About Longman Cultural Editions ix
About This Edition xi
Introduction xv
Table of Dates
xxvii
The Picture of Dorian Gray (1891)
1(300)
Contexts
221(2)
Textual Issues
223(16)
The Two Versions of The Picture of Dorian Gray
223(1)
from Chapter 1 (1890, 1891)
224(2)
from Chapter 7 (1890) and Chapter 9 (1891)
226(2)
from Chapter 10 (1890) and Chapter 12 (1891)
228(3)
from Chapter 13 (1890) and Chapter 20 (1891)
231(1)
Further Annotations
232(7)
Victorian Reactions to The Picture of Dorian Gray
239(31)
Reviews
239(1)
Ward, Lock, and Co., Lippincott's Advertisement for The Picture of Dorian Gray
239(1)
St. James's Gazette, and Wilde's responses
240(15)
Samuel Henry Jeyes
The Bookman
255(3)
Walter Pater
Parodies
258(1)
from The Green Carnation
259(1)
Robert Smythe Hichens
from The Autobiography of a Boy
260(2)
George Slythe Street
Wilde's Trials
262(2)
from Regina (Oscar Wilde) vs. John Douglas (Marquess of Queensberry)
264(6)
Aestheticism
270(15)
``Conclusion'' to The Renaissance
272(4)
Walter Pater
from Culture and Anarchy
276(3)
Matthew Arnold
from The Decay of Lying
279(2)
Oscar Wilde
from A Rebours (Against the Grain)
281(4)
Joris-Karl Huysmans
Science
285(8)
from The Descent of Man
286(2)
Charles Darwin
from ``Right and Wrong: The Scientific Ground of their Distinction''
288(1)
William Kingdon Clifford
from ``Science and Culture''
289(1)
Thomas Henry Huxley
from The Physiology and Pathology of the Mind
290(3)
Henry Maudsley
Love between Men
293(8)
from ``A Problem in Greek Ethics''
294(2)
John Addington Symonds
from ``The Greek Spirit in Modern Literature''
296(1)
Richard St. John Tyrwhitt
from Sexual Inversion
297(4)
Havelock Ellis
Works Cited in the Notes 301(4)
Further Reading 305

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