- Title Pages
- List of Abbreviations
- List of Figures
Chapter 1‘I Have Asked Henry James Not to Bring his Friend Oscar Wilde’: Daisy Miller, Washington Square and The Politics of Transatlantic Aestheticism
Chapter 2The Gentle Art of Making Enemies and of Remaking Aestheticism
Chapter 3The School of the Future as well as the Present: Wilde’s Impressions of James in Intentions and The Picture of Dorian Gray
Chapter 4‘Wild Thoughts and Desire! Things I Can’t Tell You – Words I Can’t Speak!’: The Drama of Identity in The Importance of Being Earnest and Guy Domville
Chapter 5Despoiling Poynton: James, the Wilde Trials and Interior Decoration
Chapter 6‘A Nest of Almost Infant Blackmailers’: The End of Innocence in ‘The Turn of the Screw’ and De Profundis
- Henry James, Oscar Wilde and Aesthetic Culture
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