An in-gallery conversation about the impact of Wilde’s one-act tragedy
Since its first production in London in 1892, Oscar Wilde’s Salome has been a source of controversy and intrigue. Join Andrew Bretz, of Queen’s Department of English Language and Literature, for an in-gallery conversation about the impact of Wilde’s one-act tragedy surrounded by the inspiring imagery of The Powers of Women.
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Prepare to participate: a beautiful Dover Art Edition of Salome, complete with period illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley, is available for purchase at Novel Idea (156 Princess Street).