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The Picture of Dorian Gray

Summary: Examines the novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde. Describes how Dorian Gray, the main character, is corrupted after he is granted the gift of eternity.
The Picture of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde, has many incidents in which Dorian Gray has awakenings, discoveries and changes in attitude. For instance, when Dorian spends time with Lord Henry, he is influenced by Lord Henry's Corrupt view of everything in life and the world, causing him to changes his way of thinking and his attitude. However, one key incident is when Dorian realizes the portrait has changed when he came back from the play in which Sibyl Vane acted horrible playing Juliet, he noticed his face looked cruel and scornful in the painting. Another key incident that reflected on his change in attitude was the death of his love Sibyl Vane. These two incidents cause major change in Dorian's personality and his mentality of life.

The first change in Dorian's Portrait, was discovered by him when he came back from the play of...

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