Analysis Of The Picture Of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde

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Nowadays society judge based on your beauty and how perfect you are rather than judging you based on your personality. Kylie Jenner she became famous because of her beauty and perfect body she did several plastic surgery to reach the beauty she wanted the society doesn’t pay attention to her personality they know nothing about her character. Which is similar in the Victorian Era beauty was important. In The Picture Of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde introduces us to the main character that was young and innocent. People could not believe any rumors that are spread about him. It made him continue to obtain his youth. The reason that made him to be obsessed with his youth and beauty is another character named Lord Henry that the author introduces to us. However, the main character Dorian Gray could not realize that youth and beauty can gain him power and attention for sometime, but in another side it can spoil his own life. The story starts in the London studio of Basil Hallward, an artist. Basil was finishing his final touches of painting a portrait of a young and innocent beauty of Dorian Gray. Basil invites Dorian to the studio to show him the portrait and Lord Henry was there with Basil and here when Lord Henry first meets with Dorian and shares his Aesthetic opinions and …show more content…
He had always the look of one who had kept himself unspotted from the world. Men who talked grossly became silent when Dorian Gray entered the room. There was something in the purity of his face that rebuked them. His mere presence seemed to recall to them the memory of the innocence that they had tarnished. They wondered how one so charming and graceful as he was could have escaped the stain of an age that was at once sordid and sensual.” (Pg.

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