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The Portrait of Dorian Gray

Summary: Essay provides a critical response on "The Portrait of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde.
While reading the novel The Portrait of Dorian Gray I was introduced to the perspective of an artist in the 19th century and his views on the Renaissance. I get the faint idea that the author, Oscar Wilde, is trying to express his opinion on a popular belief during the Renaissance that art should be regarded as autonomous rather than always having to explain morality or immorality. Wilde's style of writing is absolutely stunning. Line after line, Wilde writes with thought provoking ideas and his meticulous choice of diction makes the reading both worthwhile and satisfying. However, due to Wilde's unique style of writing, it is extremely difficult to fully absorb and acknowledge all of his intended messages. Therefore, a more in-depth analysis on the focal points of the novel will be required.

Throughout the novel it is evident that there is a strong emphasis...

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