• $85.00


Eight Wednesdays, beginning October 2
from 3-5


He was more than just a successful Irish playwright – Oscar Wilde wrote fairy tales for children; witty entertaining short stories for adults; a popular, yet shocking novel; a collection of poems and essays some depicting themes of tragedy and suffering. He was a master at his craft, trying to balance his fascination between art and decadent life. Join us for an 8-week study, through film and text, into the brilliant works and fascinating life of Oscar Wilde. Please register early, classes fill quickly. Book list & syllabus will be emailed after registration. This class meets in the Photography & Digital Arts Studio on the lower level of the Education Wing.


Course readings are a combination of handouts (small charge payable to instructor) and books ordered by student from online sources. The booklist will be emailed to registered students.

Mary Ann Eaton has a BA in English from Regis College, Weston, MA and has attended University College Cork, in Cork City, Ireland, where she concentrated her studies in Irish and Celtic literature Ancient Mythological tales and medieval literature is of special interest, and her study in Ireland awakened a passion for the depth and richness of this Celtic country that she enthusiastically wishes to share with others.  CLASSES OFFERED: * Introduction to Irish Literature * The Portrayal of Women in Irish Literature * 19th & 20th Century Irish Plays * The Early Religion of Ireland: From Pagan to Christian * Wild About Wilde ! * Irish Myths & Sagas 

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