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Essay | An Analysis of Marius the Epicurian and the Picture of Dorian Gray

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An Analysis of Marius the Epicurian and the Picture of Dorian Gray

Summary: Compares Marius the Epicurian, by Walter Pater, and the Picture of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde. Describes how each author is able to create art with a pen and words.
Some people think with a pen, some with a clay and many think using nothing. Oscar Wilde and Walter Pater are in the first classification. As it is obvious, nobody can control what they think and similarly, as they think with a pen, their ability of concealing their characteristics in those books are without no wonder poor. Oscar Wilde claimed in the preface of The Picture of Dorian Gray that "to reveal art and to conceal the artist is the art's aim" but art inevitably reveals artist since it is the mirror of artist's unreachable depths. And ý assert that whatever ý give birth is my child and resembles me. Thus artists are all parents and their children resembles them. So in this paper, I will try to scrutinize these resemblances between the parents Oscar Wilde and Walter Pater with...

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