This unit's main purpose is to provoke students' literary insight by focusing on Oscar Wilde's use of literary techniques. There is an assignment sheet for each chapter. Each contains a list of vocabulary words for students to define and an literary focus objective. These objectives include: Tone/Mood; Art History; Theme; Purpose; Recall; Figurative Language/Imagery; Syntax; Writer's Voice; Analysis; Writing Prompts and Creative Reaction Prompts. For each objective, students are given open-ended prompts. This opens the door for classroom discussion. I developed this for my 12th Grade English class that consists of ELL students from all over the world, students with English as their primary language and three AP Literature and Composition students. It is challenging: as the book is a challenge within itself. However, my class motto is, "There's no wrong answer as long as you support your perspective!"