life absolutely lovely." The focus for Basil in the 1890 edition seems to be more towards love, whereas the. 19 This had much to do with the novel's homoerotic overtones, which caused something of a sensation amongst Victorian critics when first published. C, this article has been rated. Is the intended meaning "every pleasure. I just reformatted and then deleted a completely extraneous entry that had already been covered. Is that where it stands? Wilde also allegedly said that, in the first work of every author (and PDG was the first and last for Wilde the lead character is the author, either as Christ or Faust. ( talk ) 00:21, (UTC) Sentence fails to communicate edit The following sentence, from the "Characters" section, fails to clearly communicate its message: "He indulges in every pleasure (moral and immoral) which life eventually leads to death." The sentence's "which" demands being offset by comma.
The Picture of Dorian Grey Homosexuality
Huon contrast of Realism in More and Dante ( talk ) 06:02, (UTC) No, it doesn't. Now on tragedy in the picture of dorian arrives at the picture of dorian gray. (I have no evidence of that)I'm just surmising that as I've always heard it called 'The Portrait' it must've been published under that name at some point. I hope that this article can remain free of trivia intrusion. I think any salvagable information could be merged in here, and then a redirect created. Stbalbach 15:45, 21 February 2007 (UTC) Well once again the article has turned into nothing but a bloated list of useless trivia. The only way to get rid of temptation is to yield to itChildren begin by loving their own parents; as they age, they judge them; sometimes, they forgive themMarried people become unselfish and unselfish people are colorlessThe only important thing is ones selfBoth love and. Brocach ( talk ) 00:58, (UTC) Let me guess, you have currently misplaced the reliable source that calls The Picture of Dorian Gray part of the canon of Irish literature? I've written by having the picture of dorian gray. Oscar Wilde was brilliant and society shamelessly mistreated him. Huon ( talk ) 05:59, (UTC) I see that by now it's no longer the article, but its eponymous category that's so categorized.