To what extent does the symbolism in ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’ relate to the ‘Theory of Aesthetics’?
Aesthetics is a theory that can be related to the symbolism seen in ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’. 1,342 more words
Title: The Picture of Dorian Gray
Author: Oscar Wilde
Paperback: 140 pages
At eighteen, the handsome Dorian Gray has his portrait painted, which prompts an admirer, Lord Henry Wotton, to declare that life is nothing without beauty and sensuous gratification. 236 more words
Last week author Brian S. Ference contacted me with the question to review his first book The Wolf of Dorian Gray. Since I absolutely love the original story by Oscar Wilde I got very curious, but also a bit sceptical because of the literary masterpiece that is 665 more words
Having read The Picture of Dorian Gray only a few weeks before reading Tess, it was unavoidable that the former would still be present in my mind as I delved in to the latter. 972 more words