Summary

In the wealthy and vain hedonist Dorian Gray, London painter Basil Hallward has found his muse. Only when the portrait of Dorian begins to age, while the man himself remains untouched by time, do they realize they may have made a deal with the devil.
Oscar Wilde's only novel takes a witty, philosophical, and harrowing look at our obsession with youth and the price we pay for it.
Revised edition: Previously published as The Picture of Dorian Gray, this edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray includes editorial revisions.
Public Domain (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.
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By Jessie on 04-12-17

great reading!

loved the story but the reading was perfect! Very clear and easily understood. very glad I read it!

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5 out of 5 stars
By natalie on 21-01-18

A Wilde classic!

Are good and evil inherent or learned, can a person who does terrible things still be good, and is getting old really that bad?

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