According to an 1895 Courier aricle, Cather quotes "Helas!" and "Glykypikros Eros" in an essay on Wilde after his second sodomy trial, in which she is "not speaking of his crimes against society, which all men know. I am speaking of his crimes against literature, which came much earlier, which only a few saw and lamented."
In an article in the Journal, Cather quotes stanza 33 of "The Garden of Eros" in a piece on John Ruskin.
According to an 1895 Courier article, Cather quotes "The Garden of Eros" in a column on Swinburne.