Table of contents for Oscar Wilde : the works of a conformist rebel / Norbert Kohl ; translated from the German by David Henry Wilson.


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Preface
Introduction
1. Epigonic experiments: the early poems and plays
2. The selfish and the selfless: the fairy-tales and stories
3. Personality and perfection: the lectures, Reviews and Intentions
4. Authority and autonomy: The Soul Man under Socialism
5. Culture and corruption: The Picture of Dorian Gray
6. Sensuality and suggestion: Salome and The Sphinx
7. Pathos and paradox: Lady Windermere's Fan: A Woman of No Importance
An Ideal Husband
8. Propriety and parody: The Importance of Being Earnest
9. Apologies and accusations: De Profundis and The     Ballad of Reading Gaol
10. Plans, sketches and fragments
Conclusion
List of abbreviations
Notes
Select bibliography
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900 Criticism and interpretation