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Sarup Book Publishers (P) Ltd. Wilde replied with characteristic wit and flippancy, claiming that works of art are not capable of being moral or modern Equality immoral but only well or poorly made, and that only "brutes and illiterates whose views on art "are incalculably stupid would make such judgements about art. Retrieved 22 February 2010. To regret one's own experiences is to arrest one's own development. 157 In reflective mode, Wilde coldly examines his career to date, how he had been a colourful agent provocateur in Victorian society, his art, like his paradoxes, seeking to subvert as well as sparkle. Provo, UT, USA: m Operations Inc, 2004. Constance Wilde was already refusing to meet Wilde or allow him to see their sons, though she sent him money a meagre three pounds a week. America: 1882 edit Keller cartoon from the Wasp of San Francisco depicting Wilde on the occasion of his visit there in 1882 Aestheticism was sufficiently in vogue to be caricatured by Gilbert and Sullivan in Patience (1881). It constructs itself from public interaction. In London, he had been introduced in 1881 to Constance Lloyd, daughter of Horace Lloyd, a wealthy Queen's Counsel. Miss Amelia has retired for some time to the rooms upstairs over her cafe, and yet she still holds considerable sway over the local backwoods folk, thanks to her skill in healing, and the quality of her moonshine.
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105 Comedies of society edit Main articles: Lady Windermere's Fan, A Woman of No Importance, and An Ideal Husband Wilde, who had first set out to irritate Victorian society with his dress and talking points, then outrage it with Dorian Gray, his novel of vice. For Wilde, the purpose of art would be to guide life as if beauty alone were its object. "Not Green, Not Red, Not Pink" The Atlantic Monthly, May 2003. Oscar Wilde: A Certain Genius. I remember seeing the play onstage in New York in the early 1960s, film Review of Looking For Alibrandi with.