Salome/ Under the Hill



This Joint Centennial Edition Of Salome And Under The Hill, United By Seventeen Of Beardsley S Unsurpassable Drawings, Is A Timely Rehabilitation Of These Two All Too Often Ignored Fin De Siecle Texts, And Constitues A Volume Of Unadulterated Decadent Erotica Which Must Surely Stand As The Apogee Of Its Kind Censored, Banned, And Ridiculed Upon Publication, Oscar Wilde S Salome, Written In 1892 In The French Language, Must Now Be Viewed As One Of The Greatest Of All Decadent Texts An Aesthetic Masterwork Which Has Seldom Been Accorded Due RespectSalome Is An Evocation Of Biblical Horror In Which Blasphemies Abound More Than This, Its Atmosphere Seethes With A Dangerous Erotic Charge From The Very Outset Relentless, Hypnotic Repetitions In The Words, Arranged In Fugue Candences, The Tale Unfolds With The Inexorable Acceleration Of An Orgasmic Nightmare Aubrey Beardsley S Under The Hill, A Short Work Commenced In 1894, But Left Unfinished At The Time Of Beardsley S Premature Demise, Nonetheless Achieves The Quintessence Of Decadence, An Evocation Of A Synaesthetic Pleasure Dome A Unique And Indispensable Text For Any Who Seek The Uttermost Extremes Of The Manifest Imagination.Salome/ Under the Hill

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  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Salome/ Under the Hill
  • Oscar Wilde
  • English
  • 01 December 2017
  • 1871592127

10 thoughts on “Salome/ Under the Hill

  1. says:

    Both works are set in the fin de si cle world of late 19th century Europe and each plots its own spin on the sensibilities of that time The former is a play is awash with the frustrated passion as various characters yearn for things out of their reach While they look on hopelessly at the objects of their desires, it is one virgin s desperate longing that spirals into viciousness and plummets the characters into a scene of horror and denied love Mr Wilde decided to pen his play in French, whi Both works are set in the fin de si cle world of late 19th century Europe and each plots its own spin on the sensibilities of that time The former is a play is awash with the frustrated passion as various characters yearn for things out of their reach While they look on hopelessly at the objects of their desires, it is one virgin s desperate longing that spirals into viciousness and plummets the characters into a scene of horror and denied love Mr Wilde decided to pen his play in French, which he himself spoke only imperfectly, giving it a stilted formality that renders his characters at once distant, strange and oddly broken Translation back into English loses none of this rigidity but at the same time brims with the heat that comes only from passions penned up and rejected.Mr Beard...

  2. says:

    It was great Wilde s Salome is a hypnotic, dark and twisted play But to me Aubrey Beardsley s Under The Hill was the true highlight of the work An erotic novel, it captures the quintessence of decadence and portrays acts of debauchery that are almost overwhelming to the reader Though it is unfinished, I can say it rivals Huysmans Against Nature in terms of portraying an anti hero locked in a dome of pleasure I read the entire novel, including Salome, in one evening It s captivating, a mast It was great Wilde s Salome is a hypnotic, dark and twisted play But to me Aubrey Beardsley s Under The Hill was the true highlight of the work An erotic novel, it captures the quintessence of decadence and portrays acts of debauchery that are almost overwhelming to the reader Th...

  3. says:

    Salome a short tragedy by Oscar Wilde The material is crazy Where would you come up with this Oh its in the Bible Wish I could see the Pacino version liveUnder the Hill an erotic fantasy by Aubrey Beardsley his illustrations run ...

  4. says:

    My dear fellow, he said, with his usual drawling emphasis, when I see a monstrous tulip with four wonderful petals in someone else s garden, I am impelled to grow a monstrous tulip with five wonderful petals, but that is no reason why someone should grow a tulip with only three petals.

  5. says:

    This is my favorite Oscar Wilde play It is hypnotic, dark, revolting beautiful Beardsley s Under the Hill which is included in this edition is worth reading just for its sheer absurdity.

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