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Palgrave Advances in Oscar Wilde Studies is a comprehensive guide to recent critical approaches. Topics covered include Gay Studies, Feminist Criticism, Material Culture, Religion, Philosophy, Performance Studies, Aestheticism, Biography, Textual Studies and Postcolonial Theory. The book is designed to acquaint readers of all levels with the history of scholarship in a range of fields and suggest ways that Wilde's work offer new areas for research. The collection also provides a Chrology and detailed bibliography.
Frederick S. Roden is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Conneticut. He is the author of Same-Sex Desire in Victorian Religious Culture (Palgrave Macmillan). He teaches courses on Oscar Wilde, has published essays and reviews in Wilde studies, and in 1995 cocurated an exhibition at New York University commemorating the centenary of the trials.