Notes on Objects & Places from The Picture of Dorian Gray

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The Picture of Dorian Gray Objects/Places

The Painting: Basil's masterpiece depicting Dorian; at Dorian's wish, it becomes a mirror into his soul, and eventually his soul himself.

The book: A gift from Lord Henry to Dorian containing a psychological study of a young Parisian who follows a Hedonistic life; greatly influences Dorian over the years, though Lord Henry will deny that a book can have influence.

The knife: Dorian uses this knife to kill both Basil and his portrait.

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