By Oscar Wilde
Is the cost of everlasting adolescence worthy a man's soul? The enormously good-looking Dorian grey is a model—and the muse—for a tender artist, Basil Hallward. via Basil, Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, who values purely the pleasant issues in lifestyles without regard for morality.
He makes Dorian discover that sooner or later his famed good looks will fade, and he'll be left with not anything. Dorian makes a decision to promote his soul in order that a portrait of him will age in his place.
As he indulges in each vice and egocentric whim, his portrait grows more and more hideous. yet will he research the real fee of his corruption in time to alter his methods?
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