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The Picture of Dorian Gray

Written in his distinctively dazzling manner, Oscar Wildes story of a fashionable young man who sells his soul for eternal youth and beauty is the authors most popular work. The tale of Dorian Grays moral disintegration caused a scandal when it rst appeared in 1890, but though Wilde was attacked for the novels corrupting inuence, he responded that there is, in fact, a terrible moral in Dorian Gray. Just a few years later, the book and the aesthetic/moral dilemma it presented became issues in the trials occasioned by Wildes homosexual liaisons, which resulted in his imprisonment. Of Dorian Grays relationship to autobiography, Wilde noted in a letter, Basil Hallward is what I think I am: Lord Henry what the world thinks me: Dorian what I would like to bein other ages, perhaps....

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The Picture of Dorian Gray Reviews

  • Elyse

    This is the first time I've read this classic book....but I've loved Oscar Wilde for as long as I can remember.

    There is much to take away from this book. Themes exploring shallowness, selfishness, superficiality, hedonism, morality, and flaws of life and being human.

    The dialogue is witty and humorous.

    Oscar Wilde had great insights on beauty....

    I love this quote:

    "But beauty, real beauty, ends where an intellectual expression begins. Intellect is in itself a mode of exaggeration, and destroys t

  • Melanie

    “Some day, when you are old and wrinkled and ugly, when thought has seared your forehead with its lines, and passion branded your lips with its hideous fires, you will feel it, you will feel it terribly.”

    So, I wanted 2018 to be the year that I try to get back into classics! In the past, I’ve found some of them daunting to read, or just too boring to ever feel invested in. But I feel like The Picture of Dorian Gray was the perfect start.

    Beautiful art by saku-chann on Tumblr

    I originally was go ...more

  • Trevor

    This is another of those books I’ve been meaning to read for ages and kept putting off. Although I’ve a particularly good reason for putting this one off, as a very good friend of mine, who died a couple of years ago, spoke to me about this book and I was worried that might make it hard to read for quite other reasons.

    He said that when he read this book as a young man it made him certain that he was not homosexual. Now, that in itself was enough to make me curious about the book. This is a book

  • Jason

    I am not sure whether this novel is so perfect I should wish Wilde had written more, or whether this novel is so perfect I should be grateful it stands alone.

    Wilde was an aesthete? This is a work of aestheticism? Hardly. The Picture of Dorian Gray is a gripping and sincere morality tale, told with beauty, and about beauty, but ultimately driven by the quasi-Gothic nightmare that rests beneath all that is beautiful in the book and all that is said about the pursuit of beauty by its primary charac

  • Huda Yahya

    ما هو أبشع كابوس تخيلته في حياتك؟

    ما الذي تراه أصعب شيء يمكن أن تتعرض له

    ماذا لو استطعت تجميع كل خطاياك و تخبئتها في مكان سري لا يعلمه سواك

    ماذا لو استطعت أن تنفض يدك عن أي جريمة ارتكبت

    وأي شر اقترفت

    ماذا لو استطعت تحقيق المستحيل

    وضمنت الخلود..؟؟

    وماذا لو كان ذلك المكان السري هو وجهك الذي نحته فيلسوف فنان على الورق..

    وماذا لو كان بإمكانك رؤية جميع مفاسدك تتجلى يوما بعد يوم على وجهك الكامل الجمال في عيون الكل



    ما رأيك يا دوريان في قول المسيح

    ماذا يستفيد الإنسان لو خسر روحه وربح العالم أجمع؟

  • Johann (jobis89)

    "Behind every exquisite thing that existed, there was something tragic."

    Under the influence of a captivating aristocrat, Dorian Gray sells his soul in exchange for prolonged youth and vitality. Part of the deal is that a full-length portrait of Dorian will age and record his sins, whereas he remains unblemished.

    Picking one quote from this book was like being asked to read just one book for the rest of your life - nigh-on impossible. I hadn't even thought about how difficult it would be until Tes

  • Khush

    To read 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' is to know Oscar Wilde– the man as well as the writer. I love both. The novel has many fascinating aspects.

    Wilde writings are not vague in anyways. This is true for his novels, plays and even criticism and they are always deep. One has to stop and re-read very often, his sentences are often crisp, short and yet contain observations that an ordinary person may not 'observe' all his life. One sees such sentences, even paragraphs, which edify and give pleasure,

  • Nayra.Hassan

    بسهولة شديدة يستحيل البياض سواد لكن كم هو صعب إعادة البياض لقلب اسود مختوم بالمعاصي..مفتون بالاثام..كقلبك يا دوريان♥

    هذا وجهه سمح و ملامحه وضاءة تشع نور

    و هذا وجهه فظ غليظ خشن حجب نوره

    هل وجوهنا تحمل اثامنا؟

    هل تجاعيدنا =خطايانا

    بالطبع لا☆ و الا لما كان في اللغة تعبيرات مثل و أسفر عن وجهه. .او اماط اللثام عن ملامحه الحقة... فالشيطان جميل دوما

    هل تعبر ملامحنا عن صفاتنا ؟

    بمرور الزمن ..نعم ..لهذا كلنا نخاف مرور الزمن..و بصماته التي يتركها حول العيون المبتسمة دوما ....او الجباه العابسةللابد..لكن تظل ا