The Picture of Dorian Gray

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Magnum Books, 1969 - Appearance (Philosophy) - 349 pages
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Lord Henry Wotton watched curiously as Basil Hallward completed a portrait of a remarkably handsome youth. Who was he? Dorian Gray, said the painter, and Lord Henry must never meet him-for his corrupting influence would only lead the innocent boy into a life of terrible evil ...

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User Review  - aryadeschain - LibraryThing

I was expecting to read something complex and difficult to understand and utterly boring, like a couple of classic books I've previously read. I'm glad to say I was utterly wrong. I'm pleasantly ... Read full review

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User Review  - Evelyn (devours and digests words) - Goodreads

The Picture of Dorian Grey is a great masterpiece about innocence grown corrupted. The story is about a character as mentioned in the title, Dorian Grey was in his budding years when he met painter ... Read full review

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