[Thanks to D.C. Rose M.A.(Oxon.), Dip.Arts Admin (NUI-Dublin), Editor THE OSCHOLARS] and John Cooper, webmaster of Oscar Wilde in America for suggestions and corrections.]
- THE OSCHOLARS
- Lou Ferreira's elegant French site Oscar Wilde (France).
- Eva Thienpont's site (Belgium)
- Claudia Letat's Oscar Wilde — Ode an ein Genie (Germany)
- Nora Sell's Oscar Wilde (Germany)
- Hubert Groult's Wilde site
- John Cooper's Oscar Wilde In America
- CMG Worldwide's Oscar Wilde (UK)
- Schmoop.com has a section on The Importance of Being Earnest
An Electronic Journal for the Exchange of Information on Current Research, Publications and Productions concerning Oscar Wilde and his Circle. See especially the Web Footnotes in each issue for additional sites, discussion lists, and other materials.
This commercial site claims that it "is the exclusive business representative for Oscar Wilde. We work with companies around the world who wish to use his name or likeness in any commercial fashion." I don't know how a person who died a century ago can concievably have a "business representative" legal or otherwise, though of course his heirs might. Furthermore, given that many images of Wilde, such as those that appeared in now out-of-copyright journals and periodicals, are out-of-copyright, I don't understand the claims in terms of intellectual property.
Texts of Wilde's Works
- The texts of Wilde's essays, novel, plays, poems, and short fiction on Wikisource.
- Project Gutenberg's works by Wilde, including French, Dutch, and Greek translations
- An Index of Wilde's Poetry at Columbia University's Bartleby Library (featuring full text of the poems).
- The Oscar Wilde Collection
Other Materials of Interest
- Christopher S. Nassar's The Importance of Being Earnest Revisited — a novel based on Wilde play (published by Woodfield Publishing)
Last modified 18 October 2012