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Le Crime de Lord Arthur Savile (Dodo Press)



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Le Crime de Lord Arthur Savile (Dodo Press) by Oscar Wilde
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Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), de son nom complet Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde, est un ecrivain irlandais, ne a Dublin, Irlande. Oscar fait d'abord de brillantes etudes au Trinity College de Dublin, puis au college Magdalen d'Oxford; il s'y distingue par son gout pour la discussion, le raffinement, ce qui lui vaudra d'etre raille par ses camarades. En 1897 il quitte l'Angleterre pour la France, ou il demeure quelque temps a Berneval, pres de Dieppe en Normandie, sous le nom de Sebastien Melmoth, en reference au roman Melmoth the Wanderer (1820) de Charles Robert Maturin, un des romans fondateurs du courant gothique en litterature. Maturin etait par ailleurs le grand-oncle de Wilde. En ces dernieres decennies du XIXe siecle, Wilde incarne une nouvelle sensibilite qui apparait en reaction contre le positivisme et le naturalisme. Dans sa preface au Le Portrait de Dorian Gray (1891), il defend la separation de l'esthetique et de l'ethique, du beau et du moral. Ses oeuvres comprennent: Le Crime de Lord Arthur Savile (1887), Le Portrait de Monsieur W. H. (1889) et Salome (1893).
Release date Australia
October 10th, 2008
Translated by Albert Savine
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
black & white illustrations
Dodo Press
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