The Critic as Artist (Green Integer)
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Ransom Carroll said The Critic's Critic as Artist. Wilde was glib, and most ages, including ours, don't like that. Today Wilde would end up in a holding cell in Guantanamo Bay pretty quickly, and I'm not sure if I would object. He was a man made for easy times, when one never had to hunker down and say "this is the truth and from this I will not budge." He was, as his her
Published originally in 1881, The Critic As Artist is one of Oscar Wilde's major aesthetic statements.