- Wilde's Intentions: The Artist in His Criticism78,99 €
- The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde: Volume 2: de Profundis; 'Epistola: In Carcere Et Vinculis'371,99 €
- The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde: Volume IX Plays 2: Lady Lancing; Volume X Plays 3: The Importance of Being Earnest350,99 €
- Wordsworth's Profession: Form, Class, and the Logic of Early Romantic Cultural Production73,99 €
- Oscar Wilde and Classical Antiquity143,99 €
- Writing and Orality: Nationality, Culture and Nineteenth-Century Scottish Fiction279,99 €
- Oscar Wilde in the 1990s: The Critic as Creator108,99 €
A materialist account of Wilde's writing career, based on publishing contracts and other documentation as well as detailed evidence of how he composed, this book argues that Wilde was not driven by an oppositional politics, nor was he an aesthetic "purist." Rather, he was thoroughly immersed in the contemporary "commodification of culture" in which books became product. This study surveys his writing practices across the whole of the oeuvre, and radically reinterprets the significance of his revision and "plagiarism."