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  1. leynes leynes says:

    I own The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde and read a bunch of his shorter essays all of which are probably not published in Intentions but who cares I desperately wanted to review them and thought it would be useful to do that collectively I'm reviewing the bigger essays seperately So here goes nothing Mrs Langtry as Hester Grazebrook – 7 November 1882 During his visit to the States Oscar made the acuaintance of many well known actresses Lilie Langtry being one of them When he doubled as a guest drama critic for the New York World he reviewed the actress's début as Hester Grazebrook in Tom Taylor's unexceptional old play An Uneual Match Sporting a new red suit that made him look like a 'red suash' in the jaundiced opinion of another theatergoer Oscar produced a fulsome review that was remarkable for both what it said and what it left unsaid Lantry he wrote was 'the ideal representation of marvelous beauty' Hers was a beauty 'based on absolute mathematical laws' – he neglected to furnish the formula – a 'mingling of classic grace with absolute reality' He pointedly said nothing about her acting ability perhaps adhering to the adage that the less said the better ; Other critics were not so merciful The New York Dramatic Mirror found Langtry weak voiced and stiff limbed and predicted that 'she is not and perhaps never will be an actress of genuine worth' Ouch I love that Oscar decided against hurting the feelings of that poor woman It's crazy to think that later in life he as well would experience what it was like to be slandered in the press He ends his review in his typical Oscar fashion 'But then it is only the impossible things that are worth doing nowadays' Woman's Dress – 14 October 1884During his time as a contributor to The Pall Mall Gazette Oscar received many responses from his readers – good and bad In Woman's Dress aka Oscar – The Fasion Expert he takes upon 'that most charming of all pleasures the pleasure of answering one's critics' ; I'm still hollering Oscar was an advocate for comfortable clothes He was outspoken against the usage of corsets and high heels which is pretty fucking cool considering the prevalent attitudes in Victorian London He argued that with comfortable clothes 'there is health and conseuently beauty' Aww He's such a good boyI loved how easily he dismissed the critical letters he received concerning that people of people who believed that a woman's dress code ought to be strict Now as regards to the first of these two statements I will say to begin with that the warmth of apparel does not depend really on the number of garments worn but on the material of which they are made Preach it mister he knew his shit Overall this essay really delighted me because it showed that Oscar was an advocate of woman's rights in some part and refused to conform to the standard set by society Mr Whistler's Ten O'Clock – 21 February 1885This is a review of a lecture on art by Mr Whistler that Oscar attended and uite enjoyed He mused about Whistler's charming ease and grace of manner It was interesting to see how Oscar's opinion on Art changed throughout his life In this review he states that 'an artist is not an isolated fact; he is the resultant of a certain milieu and a certain entourage Later in life after having published some plays and fiction pieces of his own this view changed entirely He came to the conclusion that artists were completely detached from society and not a representation of their age and cutlure Dinners and Dishes – 7 March 1885This review of a cookbook was such a gold mine It's only two pages long so treat yourself and read it In it Oscar muses about the imporant uestion of macaroni I SHIT YOU NOT He also talks about the fact that Risotto is a delightful dish which is too rarely seen in England And that he was happy that the cook managed to come up with a recipe that made Brussel sprouts eatable and I uote 'the last is of course a masterpiece' Oh myyyy my inner Oscar fangirl is so happy right now These are facts I didn't know I needed in my life Hamlet at the Lyceum – 9 May 1885Oscar went to see Hamlet at the Lyceum in London and then reviewed the performance for the Dramatic Review He states that he has seen many audiences interesting than the actors and that he has often heard better dialogue in the foyer than on the stage At the Lyceum however this was rarely the case The review is written in his usual humouristic manner I literally spit out my tea when I read some of his hilarious statements I would like in fact to use the word ovation but a pedantic professer has recently informed us that this expression is not to be employed except when a sheep is sacrificed It's always of great interest to me to see in which way Oscar examined Art He made the distincion between living and existing and here he talked about the difference between reciting a passage and acting one Additionally it was fun to see what he thought of Hamlet as a play We learn that he was never able to distinguish Guildenstern from Rosencrantz and that he considers Ophelia to be the most difficult part Reading his review actually made me wanna reread Hamlet sOlivia at the Lyceum – 30 May 1885This review wasn't all that interesting to me because I am not familiar with the play discussed Nonetheless I liked that Oscar talked about studying the same subject under different conditions of art eg a poem vs a play vs a short storyIt also made me ridiculously happy to see how unapologeticaly gay some of these passages were He mused about Thornhill being 'an admirable picture of a fascinating young rake' and that he was pleased to learn above all that Mr Burchell had a 'charming and attractive nephew' Alrighty ; A Handbook to Marriage – 18 November 1885Oscar begins his review with the following words 'In spite of its somewhat alarming title this book may be highly recommended to everyone' I was a little scared about what Oscar would spit out on that touchy subject matter but was surprised at how well he handled it In our day it is best for man to be married and men must give up the tyranny in married life which was once so dear to them and which we are afraid lingers still here and there I was pretty relieved to see that Oscar tried to promote the euality of men and women Oh I can't deny you this last fact he uses the words 'Scotch lassie' once and I never cringed so hard in my life Balzac in English – 13 September 1886Oscar being a huge fan of Balzac contemplates in this review why he is so rarely read in England This whole thing is basically him roasting the terrible English translators Being fluent in French as well as in English he was appaled to see with what horrible translations these people came up with and to translate 'son coeur avait un calus à l'endroit du loyer' by 'his heart was a callus in the direction of the lease' is an insult to two languages It was also delightful to read how much he appreciated a well written book He proved himself to be a true bibliophile stating that he could understand anyone who would rather stay at home and read than meet their friends outside In spite of this there are many people who havew declared the Comédie humaine to be indigestible Perhaps it is but then what about truffles? Exactly what about them? ; A Ride Through Morocco – 8 October 1886This is yet another book review so Oscar himself has never been to Morocco Nonetheless being the ignorant white male that he was he judged the country pretty harshly talking about the fact that 'freedom of thought has been killed by the Koran' and that 'there is no doubt that in Morocco England has interests to defend and a mission to pursue' UGH I could cry All of this colonialist bullshit makes me wanna puke That's not how I raised my son The American Invasion – 23 March 1887In this essay Oscar examines yet again the differences between the US and the UK He says that one can dine in New York but one does not dwell there He thinks that American barbarism is far interesting than American civilisation Americans would sound like a series of exploding crackers American girls have a wonderful charm he states whereas their mothers are dull and dreary Basically Oscar is judging everyone left and right as if it were nobody's business All those generalizations about people he didn't even knew Ugh It's enough to piss me off Nonetheless I had to smirk upon reading this The American mother is a tedious person The American father is better for he is never seen in London I admit it he got me there It's interesting to see how his view on America changed five years after lecturing there I'll definitely research what prompted this change Two Biographies of Keats – 27 September 1887I don't care all that much about Keats but it was interesting to see Oscar's approach to art He thinks that seperating the man from the artist is a mistake He sees them as one Also he knew of Colerdige's Ode to a Nightingale and that makes me very happy Aristotle at Afternoon Tea – 16 December 1887This is Oscar's review of a social guide on how débutantes and dandies should behave when going out to dine It was fun to see with which points Oscar agreed and with which he didn't He agreed that nothing can be irritating than a person always repeting their phrases It was fun to know that he would later write one of his female characters exactly this way to make her appear stupid and tedious It's interesting to see how much thought he put into the shaping of his characters concerning their language He also thought that it's a faux pas to constantly apologize for one's own shortcomingsstupidity And as for sympathy 'what could be detestable than the man or woman who insists on agreeing with everybody' To succeed among one's social superiors one must have no hesitation in contradicting them I know Oscar was a little shit head but you don't even know what I would give to have witnessed him live at one of the many London dinner parties he attended The maxim 'If you find the company dull blame yourself' seems to us somewhat optimistic and we have no sympathy at all with the professional story teller who is really a great bore at a dinner table Oh Oscar let's be pessimistic together Mr Morris on Tapestry – 2 November 1888I shit you not Oscar went to a lecture by Mr William Morris on the fucking topic of tapestry Oh boy that man definitely had too much time on his hands Anyways it was interesting to see that Oscar thought that limitations eg space time money would make artists creative and productive since they would be forced to concentrate Kind of have to agree on that I never get shit done unless someone pressures me ; London Models – January 1889In this essay Oscar is basically shitting on models as a whole He isn't a fan of these modern models at all because they would do anything for me even landscape if necessary D You probably won't get this joke but you have to read the essay then MUAHAHA None of them can talk Greek but all of them want to look Greek So he's basically whining about the fact that culture is slowly but surely becoming superficial And so he infers when art becomes artificial it becomes monotonous It is really of very little use to dress up a London girl in Greek draperies and to paint her as a goddess The robe may be the robe of Athens but the face is usually the face of Brompton I'm lowkey living for his pettiness though Anyways none of this really matters to me at least because he also talked about fucking gymnastics and acrobatics my passion and how beautiful it is He also states that we live in a world that 'reads too much to be wise and thinks to much to be beautiful' I'm shook


  2. Laura ☾ Laura ☾ says:

    “For a dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world” A collection of writings and observations Intentions ponders topics such as what art is and whether criticism can be an art form to how wardrobe details affect a play and the audience’s perception of the play A little pretentious at times but still rather entertaining with Wilde’s usual sass and wit and incredible uote ability this was a thoroughly entertaining read


  3. T. Renee T. Renee says:

    The Decay of Lying is absolutely the most brilliant thing I've ever read It's witty and relevant and insightful When refering someone to a classic it's number one on my list of absolute must reads


  4. christine ♡ christine ♡ says:

    Gosh I'm blown away I just don't know what to say This book this book is something else It's on a whole new level This book is so witty so elegant in a way so bold so phenomenal so uniue Oscar Wilde is the best truly


  5. Mina_rrat Mina_rrat says:

    If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again there is no use reading it at allIntentions by Oscar Wilde is a book which lets me ponder my current stance towards Art Criticism and truthThe first part of the book where Vivian and Cyril talk about Art and Life put me on the side of Cyril because for me Art does not make Life for me Life is Life Nothing elseHowever when Ernest and Gilbert start their conversation on Everything and Nothing I could understand Gilbert's approach to the topic His sayings got me thinking; Music always seems to me to produce that effect It creates for one a past of which one has been ignorant and fills one with a sense of sorows that have been hidden from one's tearsIt is indeed a noteable gain of music to stimulate one's emotions how could you do it otherwise? Aside from Poetry and Art which are harshly referred to in IntentionsFurther I agree with his attitude ofTo know the vintage and uality of a wine one need not drink the whole cask It must be perfectly easy in half an hour to say whether a book is worth anything or worth nothing Ten minutes are really sufficient if one has the instinct for form Who wants to wade through a dull volume? One tastes it and that is uite enough –  than enough I should imagineWith this conlusion he gave me another perspective on 'not liking a book' Now I can admit to disliking a book after a few pages without having regrets of saying so like I had before I do not have to wonder what others will think of me or that I am weird – it simply ISReferring to opinions and what other people will think of me I am a very empathic person which does not work in my favor some times Oscar Wilde's status To the thinker the real harm that emotional sympathy does is that it limits knowledge and so prevents us from solving any single social problemshas me thinking whether I am wrong to act like I do does being empathic causes me to loose knowledge?I liked the reference of Beauty having eual meanings as man has moods The image and the reference where not natural but achieved the message Why can people not see that beauty is not everything? Why do they have to ponder or wish to be pretty when beauty is just a symbol? An expressionless side effect of life? Beauty has as many meanings as man has moods Beauty is the symbol of symbols Beauty reveals everything because it expresses nothing When it shows us itself it shows us the whole fiery coloured worldI fully agree with the topic of man giving man a mask truly does wonders to his capability to telling the truth I have experienced enough to be a judge of that though experience never stops but are you not of the same view as him? Pardon dear men Man is least himself when he talks in his own person Give him a mask and he will tell you the truthTo sum it up Intentions was a memorable book for me making me rethink all of my decisions and turning my world around Albeit it would have been better if he left out the second and last part where he talked about Shakespeare's fondness to include costumes into his plays


  6. Alok Pepakayala Alok Pepakayala says:

    Not an interesting page turner and given the length of arguments which bore you to the core you might consider putting it down for something elseBut the ideas in this book are uite deep and will make you realize things you should know about art and criticismIs it worth the time?yes it is constructive if you enjoy reading


  7. Derek Davis Derek Davis says:

    Wilde at his best is a delight; at his worst he tends to kick himself in the ass Both sides are present in this collection of four long essays mostly about criticism Two of them are set up as dialogues and they're a mess One side of the dialogue is the arch critic turning all truisms on their head The other is the straw man who is knocked silly every time he utters even a mild conventionalism They make Wilde seem a naughty prig and nothing except that occasionally he relaxes for a bit and really starts talking to the reader The final essay though The Truth of Masks is a gem Here he delves into the use and necessity of proper costuming in plays especially Shakespeare He takes a subject that could bore the finish off a bureau and turns it into a true piece of enlightenment He goes far beyond the giggle and bon mot into a straightforward erudite but never pedantic study of a subject that most of us would never consciously think about Coming down suarely on the side of archaeological historically accurate costuming that yet embodies the heart of a play he presents a very interesting counter balance to the modern trend for minimal staging Being Wilde he almost blows the whole thing with a ridiculous final paragraph but it's easy to ignore


  8. Doti Doti says:

    Already a fan of his work as portrayed on film and stage having enjoyed his humor and ability to mock his characters and their practicesMr Wilde's knowledge and ability with language are wonders to encounter Had to pay attention when reading this but feel I am better for having read itI will undoubtedly read of his work


  9. Michael de Percy Michael de Percy says:

    This collection of dialogues and essays demonstrates Oscar Wilde's aesthetic but also his vast knowledge of the classics Shakespeare and other great things in nineteenth century Anglo art literature architecture and theatre Three pages into The Decay of Lying and one has been exposed to Aristotle William Morris and Ralph Waldo Emerson He uses a from of the iceberg principle later perfected by Hemingway that demonstrates his knowledge without appearing to be name dropping It is one thing to mention Aristotle Morris and Emerson as part of Vivian's critiue of nature; uite another to append one's own aesthetic to the name dropping that leaves no doubt as to the author's learning For instance William Morris once saidHave nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautifulWilde in discussing nature versus art mentions Aristotle p 3Nature has good intentions of course but as Aristotle once said she cannot carry them outVivian is discussing his preference for the indoors and says p 4Why even Morris' poorest workman could make you a comfortable seat then the whole of Nature can If Nature had been comfortable mankind would never have invented architecture and I prefer houses to open airThis first part of the introduction is then neatly wrapped up with reference to Vivian p 5 writing the word Whim over the door of his library echoing Emerson doing similar in his famous essay Self Reliance What does this all mean? It sets out several themes that thread through these five dialogues and essays First is the interaction of art and nature in the human spirit Second is contradiction Vivian doesn't want to go outside until he does Vivian thinks writing is a waste of effort But he is writing an article In the final paragraph of the collection Wilde writesNot that I agree with everything I have said in this essay There is much with which I entirely disagree The essay simply represents an artistic standpoint and in aesthetic criticism attitude is everything For in art there is no such thing as a universal truth A Truth in art is that whose contradictory is also trueThird is the rhythm of life and the pursuit of human excellence Wilde's characters in the dialogues go from contradictory point to contradictory point In the essays we learn how ill discipline and ignoring our intuition can lead to trouble for instance the poisoner leaves his ground floor curtain open and is instantly recognised from the street; how Shakespeare used architecture and costume to make a point as opposed to the theatrical archaeologists who point out Shakespeare's character's anachronistic raiment; how one moment we are focused the next bored even depressed but we can be humorous witty intelligent and dull The dialogues read like a moment of intense thought that begins out of boredom and ends in boredom with thought An indoor conversation is the scene of energy but after talking long enough the outdoors beckonsEgotism itself which is so necessary to a proper sense of human dignity is entirely the result of indoor lifeIt is unsurprising that Oscar Wilde is so well read and witty After all he was a graduate of Oxford at a time when only the elite or those with elite patronage could dream of studying there Yet there is an intense use of Plato's form of dialogue an interesting blend of self reliance and pompousness intensity appearing indoors even within Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and the outdoors being a place of leisure for the well to do at least Yet the point of contradiction is not to be dishonest but through art to bring to Nature the human experienceThe final revelation is that Lying the telling of beautiful untrue things is the proper aim of ArtI recall in high school when studying English literature the teacher would ask What does the author mean by this or that? to which I would say How should I know? And how do you know if you didn't ask them? Logical to an egotistical teenager to be sure but hardly intelligent And now? It would take several re readings of these dialogues and essays and some intense study into Wilde's life at the point in time of writing these works to discover Yet armed with the knowledge of reading given to me by Harold Bloom Mortimer Adler Italo Calvino and Theodore Roosevelt to name but a few I think I can safely tell my teenage self that contradictory to what I thought then one can interpret and learn from the writings of others even if the lessons learnt were never intended And if Art cannot deliver such lessons what other medium can?


  10. Prashant Drolia Prashant Drolia says:

    Oscar W is one of my favorite writers His capacity to write beautiful plays novellas and essays is unrivaled in modern literature His prose is as sweet as poetry and his use of language makes even the trivial seem interesting and importantIntentions are a very good example of the skills of the author as an essayist His knowledge and criticisms of art aesthetics are understandable and interesting even to those of us like me who do not have a big reservoir of knowledge of the arts The author deals with various forms of art and the role of a critic in the world of fashion and the critic as an artist himself In the first essay he regales us with his highly witty and original arguments of lying as an art and how it has degraded since the onset of rationalism and realism In the last essay he explains to us the importance of masks such as costumes and make up in the staging of a play or any other sort of artistic representation The essays are highly enjoyable and the author showcases his brilliant argumentative skills his language and presentation skills his knowledge of all contemporary themes and books which he uses as references and examples in the essays I have cut one star not because of any fault in the book but due to my own shortcomings The references in the book of which there are several are not properly known to me as I had never read these works Still with basic knowledge of plays and essays in general I got a pretty good understanding of what the author was trying to convey though I would have enjoyed it had I known all the references the author has made in his essays


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