Tag Archives: Oscar Wilde

CFPs: Fantasy, Irish literature, religion, the occult, Islam, horror, Shelley, the Inklings

CFPs for some exciting conferences ahead. 1. Once and Future  Fantasies conference, Centre for Fantasy and the Fantastic (CFF) at the University of Glasgow, 13 –17 July 2022. Deadline: 22 October 2021  We therefore ask how fantasy and the fantastic engage with … Continue reading

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Roger Luckhurst, ‘Perversion and degeneracy in The Picture of Dorian Gray’

An excellent short essay on Oscar Wilde’s classic exploration of aesthetics and morality in The Picture of Dorian Grey by Professor Roger Luckhurst of Birkbeck, University of London.

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Penny Dreadful: dismembering and assembling the Victorian Gothic

OGOM contributor Conrad Aquilana gives his analysis of the TV series Penny Dreadful.

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