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Biographical and contextual information, as well as literary criticism about Wilde's work, from The Victorian Web
Oscar Wilde: The Spectacle of Criticism
An essay by Prof. Sandra F. Siegel, published in Cornell's Arts & Sciences Newsletter
Reading Wilde, Querying Spaces
From an exhibition commemorating the 100th anniversary of the trials of Oscar Wilde, from NYU
The Trials of Oscar Wilde
Primary sources, commentary, and more, published by the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
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