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The picture of Dorian Gray : authoritative texts, backgrounds, reviews and reactions, criticism

著者: Oscar Wilde; Donald L Lawler
出版: New York : Norton, ©1988.
シリーズ: Norton critical edition.
エディション/フォーマット:   書籍 : Fiction : English : 1st edすべてのエディションとフォーマットを見る
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Dorian Gray, a handsome, well built young man, agrees to pose for a close friend and painter. After viewing a portrait of himself, a young, wealthy man expresses his desire to stay youthful while the portrait grows old. His friend, Lord Henry, points out that his wish was made in the presence of an ancient Egyptian god quite capable of granting his wish. Grief stricken by the death of his girlfriend, Dorian  続きを読む
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ジャンル/形式: Fiction
Didactic fiction
関連の人物: Oscar Wilde; Oscar Wilde
資料の種類: Fiction
ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: Oscar Wilde; Donald L Lawler
ISBN: 0393955680 9780393955682
OCLC No.: 13703318
物理形態: xiii, 462 pages ; 22 cm.
シリーズタイトル: Norton critical edition.
責任者: Oscar Wilde ; edited by Donald L. Lawler.

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Dorian Gray, a handsome, well built young man, agrees to pose for a close friend and painter. After viewing a portrait of himself, a young, wealthy man expresses his desire to stay youthful while the portrait grows old. His friend, Lord Henry, points out that his wish was made in the presence of an ancient Egyptian god quite capable of granting his wish. Grief stricken by the death of his girlfriend, Dorian perpetuates his new lifestyle with every woman he meets. One day, he sees his portrait and notices changes in it. The young innocence now reflects a subtle hardness. Gradually a sinister plot evolves, fueled by sadism and self-loathing that results in five terrible deaths and a horrifying secret locked behind a schoolroom door. When Dorian commits suicide, the painting is immediately transformed to its original version of a beautiful young man. On the floor, the shrivelled body of a vice-ridden old man stares up at the ceiling.

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