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Oscar Wilde was the fashion critic and editor of the magazine "the woman's world"(1887-1889). Analize this contribution to fashi
Journalism & Communication
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Historically, the 18th century was an era of male dominance because men viewed women as inferior beings. This was evident through vast arts that portrayed at the time that included Sydney Grundy’s play “the glass of fashion” that was produced in 1883. …
Historically, the 18th century was an era of male dominance because men viewed women as inferior beings. The reason why women were inferior is that they could not participate in the development of the world’s progress. This was evident through vast arts that portrayed at the time that included Sydney Grundy’s play “the glass of fashion” that was produced in 1883. Another evidence of women's inferiority in the 18th century portrayed through the manner in which the “lady’s world” magazine was edited before Oscar Wilde came took over the editorship. Things changed when Oscar Wilde joined the publishing company as the editor of the magazine. The content and the appearance of the magazine never made much sense to him and that is why he transformed every bit of the magazine including its name Oscar Wilde claims that the magazine had no motivational content that concerned women because content mostly contained gossips, music, art, fashion, and other common issues. Oscar Wilde could be named as a renowned female reformist who undertook all the challenges in the 18th century literature field to empower the woman into modernity through intense education shunning the old fashion perception pinned on women. This did not mean that Wilde did not have any ideas in fashion and art, nor did he ignore them, because history claims that he was a frequent attended to art galleries and theater. ...
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