Wilde Times: A site featuring links to articles, websites, and films about the life of Oscar Wilde.
Oscar Wilde's 1895 Martyrdom - An examination of the events leading up to Wilde's self-destructive libel suit and the trials, sentencing and imprisonment that followed.
Reading Wilde, Querying Spaces: An Exhibition Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Trials of Oscar Wilde - (New York University) An exhibition featuring first editions, letters, photographs, and other materials from the Fales Collection of English and American Fiction.
Wilde The motion picture of the life of Oscar Wilde. (Samuelson Entertainment)
Photographs of Oscar Wilde Photographs of Wilde from the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library. (UCLA Libraries)
Oscar Wilde: The Spectacle of Criticism An essay by Cornell professor Sandra F. Siegel's examining the Wilde legend. (Arts & Sciences Newsletter, Spring 1996)
Oscar Wilde A German site exploring Wilde's life.
Oscar Wilde on the VictorianWeb.org
Lord Alfred Douglas Wikipedia
Works by Oscar Wilde on the Web
The Oscar Wilde Collection Easily readable editions of Wilde works.
The Importance of Being Earnest Online edition of Wilde's most famous play.
The Picture of Dorian Gray (Project Gutenberg)
The Ballad of Reading Gaol (Project Gutenberg)
Salome (Project Gutenberg)
A Woman of No Importance (Project Gutenberg)
Oscar Wilde: The Complete Shorter Fiction & Poems in Prose (Google Books Preview)
Neil Bartlett, Who Was That Man? A Present for Mr. Oscar Wilde (1988).
Richard Ellman, Oscar Wilde (1988).
Michael S. Foldy, The Trials of Oscar Wilde (Yale Press 1997). The single best resource on the Wilde trials, thoroughly researched and intelligently written.
Regenia Gagnier, Idylls of the Marketplace: Oscar Wilde and the Victorian Public (1986).
Charles Grolleau, The Trial of Oscar Wilde (1906).
Montgomery Hyde, The Trials of Oscar Wilde (1962). Includes trial transcripts.
Melissa Knox, Oscar Wilde: A Long and Lovely +Suicide (1994).
Norbert Kohl, Oscar Wilde: The Works of a Conformist Rebel (1989).
Stuart Mason, Oscar Wilde: Three Times Tried (1912).
The Trials of Oscar Wilde (1960)