Picture of dorian gray summary
The references in Dorian Gray to specific chapters are deliberately inaccurate. Dorian finally snaps and shows Basil the portrait, in which the horrible truth about his wicked nature is revealed.
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Dorian grows more and more distant from Basil, his former best friend, and develops his own interests. The enamoured Sibyl calls him "Prince Charming", and swoons with the happiness of being loved, but her protective brother, James, warns that if "Prince Charming" harms her, he will murder him. Dorian then sells his soul so he can be beautiful forever, but not on purpose. I suppose I never had time. Deciding that only full confession will absolve him of wrongdoing, Dorian decides to destroy the last vestige of his conscience and the only piece of evidence remaining of his crimes—the picture. Vane admits is true. The painter wants to believe that his friend is stll a good person. Sibyl tells Dorian she can no longer act, because he has shown her a beautiful reality. Despite having heard Lord Henry's disdainful views on marriage, Dorian is so genuinely happy that Lord Henry's words no longer influence him. See also. Soon after, Dorian's servants and a police officer find an old, ugly man lying dead on the ground in front of a portrait of a young and innocent Dorian. Dorian thinks that only a full confession will make the portrait beautiful again. People talk about Dorian's "madness of pleasure" and his dreadful influence on the people around him, but that is of no consequence to him. A month later Dorian is visiting Lord Henry at his home, because he wants to tell him about the new love of his life, it is an actress named Sibyl Vane, who performs in a small theater.
Dorian then sells his soul so he can be beautiful forever, but not on purpose. She gives a terrible performance and embarrasses Dorian. Lord Henry Wotton makes Dorian Gray believe that the only thing important in life is beauty.
Plot[ change change source ] [Spoiler ahead] The Picture of Dorian Gray is about a young man named Dorian Gray who has a portrait painted of himself. The painting has become horrifying. Lord Henry does not approve of Sibyl, but he agrees to see her perform to appease Dorian.
Dorian first feels responsibility for her death, but then views it both as wonderful entertainment and a selfish act on her part.
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Basil recoils, and begs Dorian to pray for forgiveness. Basil's reaction enrages Dorian, and he murders the artist with a knife. James is then deployed to Australia on a sailing mission. Facts Matter. He fears that Henry will be a corrupting influence on the young, innocent Dorian, whom he adores. Sibyl is flattered by the attention of such a handsome gentleman, and her mother Lydia Bilbrook encourages the relationship because of Dorian's wealth, but Sibyl's brother James Richard Fraser is suspicious. Dorian grows more and more distant from Basil, his former best friend, and develops his own interests. The novel concludes six months later. However, every time Dorian does something evil, mean, or selfish, his picture ages. Throughout, Lord Henry appears unaware of the effect of his actions upon the young man; and so frivolously advises Dorian, that "the only way to get rid of a temptation is to yield to it. Basil never intends to exhibit the painting, because if he did, it would bare the deepest feelings in his soul. Over time, many of his friends lost their good standing in society, and women were shamed to be in his company. Over the next several days Dorian lives in fear, sure that James is searching for him.
While wealthy, charming, generally intelligent and very handsome, he is naive and easily manipulated.
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