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The Resource Approaches to teaching the works of Oscar Wilde, edited by Philip E. Smith II

Approaches to teaching the works of Oscar Wilde, edited by Philip E. Smith II

Label
Approaches to teaching the works of Oscar Wilde
Title
Approaches to teaching the works of Oscar Wilde
Statement of responsibility
edited by Philip E. Smith II
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
828/.809
Index
index present
LC call number
PR5824
LC item number
.A58 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Smith, Philip E
Series statement
Approaches to teaching world literature,
Series volume
103
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Wilde, Oscar
  • Wilde, Oscar
Label
Approaches to teaching the works of Oscar Wilde, edited by Philip E. Smith II
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [255]-272) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Critical studies
  • Intellectual and critical contexts: fin de siècle Europe and America
  • Selected web sites. Part Two: Approaches. Introduction: Wilde's challenge to teachers
  • Philip E. Smith
  • Contexts for teaching Wilde. The critic as student: an argumentative approach
  • Bruce Bashford
  • The Irish Wild
  • Neil Sammells
  • Oscar Wilde and the 1890s: a single-figure course
  • Philip E. Smith
  • Part One: Materials
  • Teaching Wilde's fiction: The Picture of Dorian Gray, the short stories, and the fairy tales. Gray zones: teaching The Picture of Dorian Gray as a Victorian novel
  • Shelton Waldrep
  • Teaching The Picture of Dorian Gray as a "gay" text
  • Nikolai Endres
  • Dorian Gray in the twentieth century: the politics and pedagogy of filming Oscar Wilde's novel
  • Jonathan Alexander
  • The shorter fiction approached and questioned
  • D.C. Rose
  • Teaching Wilde's fairy tales: aestheticism as social and cultural critique in "The Happy prince" and "The Nightingale and the rose"
  • Nicholas Ruddick
  • Philip E. Smith
  • Teaching Wilde's comedies. An introductory approach to teaching Wilde's comedies
  • Sos Eltis
  • A method for using biography in the teaching of Oscar Wilde's comedies
  • Melissa Knox
  • Teaching melodrama, modernity, and postmodernity in Lady Windermere's fan
  • Francesca Coppa
  • Wilde and Ibsen: the fusion of dramatic modes in A Woman of no importance
  • Kirsten Shepherd-Barr
  • Wilde in the comparative arts course: teaching An Ideal husband
  • Robert Preissle
  • Classroom texts
  • Form and freedom in The Importance of being earnest
  • Alan Ackerman
  • Teaching Salomé: a test case for modern approaches
  • Teaching Oscar Wilde's Salomé in a theater history and dramatic literature seminar
  • Eszter Szalczer
  • Oscar Wilde and the motif of looking: an approach to teaching gender issues in Salomé
  • Joan Navarre
  • Viewing Salomé symbolically
  • Beth Tashery Shannon
  • Salomé, c'est moi? Salomé and Wilde as icons of sexual transgression
  • Online texts
  • Petra Dierkes-Thrun
  • Unveiling Salomé: the word-made-flesh undone
  • Samuel Lyndon Gladden
  • Teaching Wilde's criticism. Using Wilde's Intentions to help students establish Wilde's intentions
  • Joe Law
  • Teaching Oscar Wilde: "The Portrait of Mr. W.H." and the crisis of faith in Victorian England and English studies
  • Jarlath Killeen
  • Teaching Wilde's trial and later writing. Tomorrow on trial: Wilde's case in the classroom
  • S.I. Salamensky
  • The love that dare not teach its name: Wilde, religious studies, and teaching tolerance
  • The instructor's library
  • Frederick Roden
  • Learning the importance of being an earnest reader through De Profundis and Gross indecency
  • Heath A Diehl
  • "All men kill the thing they love": romance, realism, and The Ballad of Reading Gaol
  • Joseph Bristow
  • Reference works
  • Biographical resources
  • Critical collections
Control code
228676667
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 278 pages
Isbn
9781603290098
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2008021366
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)228676667
Label
Approaches to teaching the works of Oscar Wilde, edited by Philip E. Smith II
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [255]-272) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Critical studies
  • Intellectual and critical contexts: fin de siècle Europe and America
  • Selected web sites. Part Two: Approaches. Introduction: Wilde's challenge to teachers
  • Philip E. Smith
  • Contexts for teaching Wilde. The critic as student: an argumentative approach
  • Bruce Bashford
  • The Irish Wild
  • Neil Sammells
  • Oscar Wilde and the 1890s: a single-figure course
  • Philip E. Smith
  • Part One: Materials
  • Teaching Wilde's fiction: The Picture of Dorian Gray, the short stories, and the fairy tales. Gray zones: teaching The Picture of Dorian Gray as a Victorian novel
  • Shelton Waldrep
  • Teaching The Picture of Dorian Gray as a "gay" text
  • Nikolai Endres
  • Dorian Gray in the twentieth century: the politics and pedagogy of filming Oscar Wilde's novel
  • Jonathan Alexander
  • The shorter fiction approached and questioned
  • D.C. Rose
  • Teaching Wilde's fairy tales: aestheticism as social and cultural critique in "The Happy prince" and "The Nightingale and the rose"
  • Nicholas Ruddick
  • Philip E. Smith
  • Teaching Wilde's comedies. An introductory approach to teaching Wilde's comedies
  • Sos Eltis
  • A method for using biography in the teaching of Oscar Wilde's comedies
  • Melissa Knox
  • Teaching melodrama, modernity, and postmodernity in Lady Windermere's fan
  • Francesca Coppa
  • Wilde and Ibsen: the fusion of dramatic modes in A Woman of no importance
  • Kirsten Shepherd-Barr
  • Wilde in the comparative arts course: teaching An Ideal husband
  • Robert Preissle
  • Classroom texts
  • Form and freedom in The Importance of being earnest
  • Alan Ackerman
  • Teaching Salomé: a test case for modern approaches
  • Teaching Oscar Wilde's Salomé in a theater history and dramatic literature seminar
  • Eszter Szalczer
  • Oscar Wilde and the motif of looking: an approach to teaching gender issues in Salomé
  • Joan Navarre
  • Viewing Salomé symbolically
  • Beth Tashery Shannon
  • Salomé, c'est moi? Salomé and Wilde as icons of sexual transgression
  • Online texts
  • Petra Dierkes-Thrun
  • Unveiling Salomé: the word-made-flesh undone
  • Samuel Lyndon Gladden
  • Teaching Wilde's criticism. Using Wilde's Intentions to help students establish Wilde's intentions
  • Joe Law
  • Teaching Oscar Wilde: "The Portrait of Mr. W.H." and the crisis of faith in Victorian England and English studies
  • Jarlath Killeen
  • Teaching Wilde's trial and later writing. Tomorrow on trial: Wilde's case in the classroom
  • S.I. Salamensky
  • The love that dare not teach its name: Wilde, religious studies, and teaching tolerance
  • The instructor's library
  • Frederick Roden
  • Learning the importance of being an earnest reader through De Profundis and Gross indecency
  • Heath A Diehl
  • "All men kill the thing they love": romance, realism, and The Ballad of Reading Gaol
  • Joseph Bristow
  • Reference works
  • Biographical resources
  • Critical collections
Control code
228676667
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 278 pages
Isbn
9781603290098
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2008021366
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)228676667

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