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pk10猜冠军技巧 www.5mxt.com.cn Abstract:Aestheticism movement was first appeared in Europe during the 19th century, it was an intellectual and art movement which emphasized aesthetic values instead of following social and political standards blindly in the process of creating works of art. It encouraged artists to show their true feelings and focused on the true beauty. Oscar Wilde, the most outstanding and important representative of Aestheticism, firstly became involved in this movement when he went to Oxford for college, during which he gradually became well known as an aesthete. Unfortunately, Oscar Wilde was charged and sent to prison by the Marquess of Queensberry as a result of his inappropriate relationship with his son, Lord Alfred Douglas in 1895, which to some extent declared the end of this movement. When he was in prison, he began to write a letter to Lord Alfred Douglas: De Profundis. In this letter, Oscar Wilde looked back on this relationship with Douglas in this book and talked about subjects such as Art, Life and religion as well, this work shows some of Wilde’s aesthetic views.
This thesis is intended to analyze Oscar Wilde’s aestheticism in De Profundis and his aesthetic views that showed in this letter. Firstly, the introduction part will make a brief introduction about the aestheticism movement and Oscar Wilde, along with the creating background of De Profundis. Secondly, the thesis will make a concrete analysis of Oscar Wilde’s aestheticism in De Profundis from three different aspects: his aesthetic art views, his aesthetic moral views and his aesthetic life views.
Lastly, the conclusion part of the thesis will sum up Wilde’s aesthetic views that are analyzed before. That is art is beyond morality and life, it should be free from moral standards’ and life’s restriction, and it shows nothing but itself. What’s more, Wilde thought a life of sorrow can help artists know more about the meaning of art and it’s importance, and he thought that he should be more modest about life.
Key Words: Aestheticism, Art, Morality, Life
Ⅱ. Oscar Wilde’s Aestheticism in De Profundis-2
A. Wilde’s aesthetic art views-2
a. The supremacy of art-2
b. Art’s disinterestedness-3
B. Wilde’s aesthetic moral views-5
a. Art frees from morality’s restriction-5
b. Art beyond morality-6
C. Oscar Wilde’s aesthetic life views-8
a. Life is the imitation of art-8
b. Art perfects Life-9
c. Less arrogant, more modest-10