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The Picture of Dorian Gray

Summary: Essay is about the characters and how Victorian society plays a role in the story "The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde.
In Oscar Wilde's Novel, The Picture Of Dorian Gray. Victorian Society plays a large purpose in the story. In Victorian times woman were treated like low-life's, they were looked down upon, in which they rights could not have the same as men. Also opera and performing arts were viewed highly through out society. Portraits themselves were viewed as a great piece also. As far as woman's rights are concerned the twenty-first century views women's rights much more highly than in Victorian Society.

Women in Victorian times were treated extremely inadequately, and were looked down upon as the lower class; they did not have the same rights as men, as they do now. The reason for this is because, it tells you that woman are intellectual inferior, (Wilde pg.16) and that they are only simple and beautiful works of art. They are nothing, but someone to...

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