The Picture of Dorian Gray
Wilde's Faustian novel of decaying paintings and endless youth. Dorian Gray is a young man of extraordinary charm and beauty. When his close friend paints his portrait, a series of shocking and supernatural events are set into motion which will destroy many of the central characters. Wilde explores the idea of sin and redemption in a gripping narrative that also includes his legendary wit and observation.
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