Oscar Wilde’s 'Salome': Translation, Love and Loss

Oscar Wilde was a lifelong Francophile, and he wrote his play ‘Salome; in the language he adored. The first translator was his lover, Lord Alfred Douglas, and Wilde abhorred the result. This talk will look at the importance of this play and the impact it had on Wilde’s life, and how it has survived into the 21st century.

This class will be delivered face-to-face at WEA Sydney. Enrolling students need to ensure they have read the current COVID-19 Safety Guidance that WEA Sydney has put in place before enrolling.

SUGGESTED READING

  • Salome, Oscar Wilde
$39 Limited

<p>Oscar Wilde was a lifelong Francophile, and he wrote his play ‘Salome; in the language he adored. The first translator was his lover, Lord Alfred Douglas, and Wilde abhorred the result. This talk

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28 May

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