He is a Writer in Residence and Professor of Literature at Ave Maria College in Michigan, Editor-in-Chief of Ave Maria University Communications and Sapientia Press, as well as Co-Editor of the The Saint Austin Review (or StAR), an international review of Christian culture, literature, and ideas published in England by the Saint Austin Press.
Like most biographies do, this book starts of very slow. I almost gave up on it for a time but always went back to plug away. However, this book builds and builds. Read morePublished 2 months ago by bigfische
Seems the author has a particular view he needs to expound. He avoids obvious objections to his own point of view rather than addressing them squarely. Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. S. Blomgren
Informative and interesting with excellent profiles of Wilde and his family and those he knew. I was particularly interested in the detail given regarding his fascination with the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Karen Highfill
An amazing book, really. There is behind it a lot of researching, and a deep understanding of the human nature and of the entangled morals of Victorian England.Published 20 months ago by Jorge Norber Ferro
Reviewers who have written with favour of this odious bigot might perhaps care to look at the Wikipedia entry for him. Here is an extract, detailing his extensive hate crimes. Read morePublished on July 26, 2012 by Giles Penfold