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  Volume 37, Number 1, Spring 1994

Table of Contents

Introduction

pp. 1-2
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Oscar Wilde: A "Writerly" Life

pp. 3-11
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Wilde in Arden, or the Masks of Truth

pp. 12-33
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"Effeminacy" and "Femininity" Sexual Politics in Wilde's Comedies

pp. 34-52
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Dowdies and Dandies: Oscar Wilde's Refashioning of Society Comedy

pp. 53-70
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Aesthetics and Economics in A Florentine Tragedy

pp. 71-83
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Salome and the Wildean Art of Symbolist Theatre

pp. 84-103
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Realism and Symbolism in Oscar Wilde's Salomé

pp. 104-119
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Oscar Wilde, Social Purity, and An Ideal Husband

pp. 120-138
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The Origins of The Importance of Being Earnest

pp. 139-147
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Narcissistic Reflections in a Wilde Mirror

pp. 148-155
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Wilde Interpretations

pp. 156-174
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Wilde Designs: Some Thoughts about Recent British Productions of His Plays

pp. 175-191
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Staging Wilde's Society Plays: A Conversation with Philip Prowse (Glasgow Citizens Theatre)

pp. 192-205
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Wilde, Shaw, and the Play of Conversation

pp. 206-219
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Oscar Wilde, Elizabeth Robins, and the Theatre of the Future

pp. 220-237
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Contributors

pp. 238-241
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Research Areas

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