Dorian and the monster strive for societal acceptance; meanwhile, they do not know how to act in order to receive this acceptance due to underdevelopment in emotion and mental masculinity Wilde introduces Basil to Dorian when Basil begins to notice Dorian staring at him at a party His fall into depravity is mirrored in a portrait of him.
It can be poisoned or made perfect.
Most movements that one partakes in each day, allows one to gather information and assess how it influences them. What is the purpose of Dorian destroying the painting? Yes, there is nothing in the whole world I would not give!
Considered immoral and scandalous upon publication, the book centers around a young man named Dorian Gray, who does not age or reflect the darkness of his heart outwardly, and instead a portrait of him bears the damage his destructive life wreaks on his soul.