The Picture of Dorian Gray, Wilde's only novel, was published on 20 June in the July edition of Lippincott's, as a novella of 13 chapters. The Picture of Dorian Gray is a Gothic and philosophical novel by Oscar Wilde, first published complete in the July issue of Lippincott's Monthly : Oscar Wilde. Free summary and analysis of the events in Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray that won't make you snore. We promise.
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Lead the life you did and for what?
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That's all I am going to say about the book. I don't think I shall read Against Nature, for fear of being seduced like Dorian.
If you're tired of this review or just tired in general, stop now and come back later. I am going to include two more quotes from the book that truly fucked me picture of dorian gray. So much I had to read them at least 3 times in a row.
And then transcribe them here for you.
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The last section, thats the one that did it. All influence is immoral-immoral from the scientific point of view.
He does not think his natural thoughts, or burn with his natural passions.
His virtues are not real to him. Sibyl, too enamoured with Dorian to act, performs poorly, which makes both Basil and Lord Henry think Dorian has fallen in love with Sibyl because of her beauty instead of her acting talent. Embarrassed, Dorian rejects Sibyl, telling her that acting picture of dorian gray her beauty; without that, she no longer interests him.
On returning home, Dorian notices that the portrait has changed; his wish has come true, and the man in the portrait bears a subtle sneer of cruelty. Dorian Gray observes the corruption recorded in his portrait, in the film The Picture of Dorian Gray Conscience-stricken and lonely, Picture of dorian gray decides to reconcile with Sibyl, but he is too late, as Lord Henry informs him that Sibyl has killed herself.
Dorian then understands that, where his life is headed, lust and beauty shall suffice.
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Dorian locks the portrait up, and over the following eighteen years, he experiments with every vice, influenced picture of dorian gray a morally poisonous French novel that Lord Henry Wotton gave him.
One night, before leaving for Paris, Basil goes to Dorian's house to ask him about rumours of his self-indulgent sensualism.
Dorian does not deny his debauchery, and takes Basil to see the portrait.
The portrait has become so hideous that Basil is only able to identify it as his work by the signature he affixes to all his portraits. Basil is horrified, picture of dorian gray beseeches Dorian to pray for salvation.
In anger, Dorian blames his fate on Basil, and stabs him to death.
Dorian then calmly blackmails an old friend, the scientist Alan Campbell, into using his knowledge picture of dorian gray chemistry to destroy the body of Basil Hallward.
Alan later kills himself over the deed. A 19th century London opium den based on fictional accounts of the day.