The Soul of Man under Socialism
Publish date: June 1st 2004
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing
Pages no: 48
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, European Literature
, British Literature
, 19th Century
If you 're a woman who decided to wait until 30 to have kids, or don't even know if you'll have them at all, then I guess you've been called a lot of these adjectives: “selfish”, “nascissistic” or “immature”. I know I was.And then comes Oscar Wilde:“...a man is called selfish if he lives in the mann...
IntroductionNote on the TextEight Reviews (1885-90)--1. Mr Whistler's Ten o'Clock--2. The Relation of Dress to Art--3. A Sentimental Journey through Literature--4. Mr Pater's Imaginary Portraits--5. [The Actor as Critic]--6. Poetical Socialists--7. Mr Swinburne's Last Volume--8. Mr Pater's Last Volu...
Important: Wilde was not a philosopher but a writer and no one should be taking his "proposals" here too seriously.I agree with other reviewers that his remarks on the excesses of capitalism are fair and his anarcho-libertarian/socialist dreams can even be alluring for certain people. But I also agr...