Essay discussing the validity of critics as well as Oscar Wilde in defense of his literary work "A Portrait of Dorian Gray."
August 28, 2003
One of the most ruthless leaders of the post-enlightened world, Napoleon Bonaparte, noted in his maxims that "Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets." Herein, Napoleon makes it abundantly clear of the effect of critics and there influence to readers; they could turn armies or simply stop the reading of a book. The remarkably erudite - himself a critic - Oscar Wilde, in a modernly unheard of manner, retorted to his critics. Using the columnist's weapon, Wilde publicly submitted his responses to newspapers to seemingly raze…
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