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More about Dorian Gray–the Portraits!

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I finished Dorian Gray

Well, it’s happened.  Remember that “secret turn of events” that I thought would help the plot along?  Oscar Wilde thought of it, too! And I’ll admit he even outdid me on another twist!  What a guy! I finished the book.  The … Continue reading

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More about the Picture of Dorian Gray

Why do I want to say the “portrait” of Dorian Gray? Dorian Gray has made a pact—he’ll stay young, his portrait will grow old.  Ah, science fiction, you say, and turn away. The thing is, just read along—let’s see where … Continue reading

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The Picture of Dorian Gray

It’s time to get busy reading The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde for this month’s book club meeting. There he is—you think–and I thought, but we’re both wrong.  The portrait on the cover is of Franz Liszt!  Wha? … Continue reading

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