Literary Criticism Of Oscar Wilde 's The Canterville Ghost And The Picture Of Dorian Gray Essay

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Analysis of characters, plot and literary criticism of Oscar Wilde’s Novel “The Canterville Ghost” and “The Picture of Dorian Gray” Oscar Wilde was an Irish playwright, novelist, poet, and critic. He is viewed as one of the best dramatists of the Victorian Era. Besides literary accomplishments, he is also famous, or perhaps or notorious, for his intelligence, showiness, and affairs with men. He was tried and imprisoned for his homosexual relationship (then considered a crime). In the wake of writing in various structures all through the 1880s, he found the opportunity to be one of London 's most acclaimed dramatists in the mid-1890s. Wilde was aptitude in the genre of drama, short story, criticism, dialogue and journalism. He has also written many poems in his lifetime. Oscar Wilde is also known for his many novels and poetic masterpieces. Oscar Wilde is best known for the novel “The Picture of Dorian Gray”, the play “The Importance of Being Earnest” and a novel “The Canterville Ghost”. “The Canterville Ghost” is Wilde’s one of the best novel. This novel is unlike any other novel. In this novel, Oscar Wilde tries to create a new genre that is the fusion of horror and comedy in the storyline. “The Canterville ghost” is a short story about the haunted mansion with a ghost. The novel begins with a warning to Otis Family, who wants to move into Canterville Chase. Mr. Otis ignores the warning and moves with his family into the mansion anyways. Mrs. Otis

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