The Picture Of Dorian Gray
The Picture Of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
When having his portrait painted, Dorian Gray declares he would give anything to stay youthful - even his soul. Dorian descends into a life of decadent excess, and while he retains his youthful looks, the portrait becomes horrifically disfigured. Oscar Wilde's only novel is a dark, Faustian fable of wish fulfillment that leads to an inescapable day of reckoning.
This book has matching lined and blank journals (sold separately). They make a great gift when paired together but are also just as beautiful on their own.
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