The Picture of Dorian Gray
The Picture of Dorian Gray is a cautionary tale of the desire for beauty and youth, and the young Dorian Gray’s descent into corruption. Interlacing the ideas of beauty, art, sin and consequence, Oscar Wilde’s only novel caused outrage within the Victorian establishment.
- Luscious and naughty, with an important message about Oscar Wilde’s society
- Prescient exploration of our obsession with youth and desirability.
- The controversy this book caused by challenging cultural paradigms makes this a must-read.