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Issue 2 (January 2020):

Resistance in the Long-Nineteenth Century

Review: Gregory Mackie, Beautiful Untrue Things: Forging Oscar Wilde’s Extraordinary Afterlife
Author:
Aaron Eames (Loughborough University)
Author Biography:

Aaron Eames is a doctoral research student at Loughborough University. His thesis, supervised by Dr Nick Freeman and Dr Sarah Parker, is entitled ‘The Critics as Artists: Oscar Wilde’s Sexuality in Biographical Literature, 1900-1967’. His research investigates the development and transmission of ideas concerning Wilde’s sexual identity. Aaron is also a committee member of the Oscar Wilde Society and is the editor of their regular e-Newsletter.

Email: 

A.P.Eames@Lboro.ac.uk
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