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If Wilde himself was a supporter of Aestheticism, then why is this book so cautionary about indulging in beautiful things and beauty for beauty’s sake? SofiaSevero There is no absolute answer for this question.

There are theories that he had an actual homoerotic relationship with Dorian. Or if you think the book is immoral, it is because it shows you your …more Because it represents to you all the sins you never had the courage to commit.

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Faustus, Frankenstein, Turn of the screw or the strange case of Dr. Susanne Wilde might have been cautioning himself, or simply reminding himself that beauty itself is not enough? Looking in the mirror, a person can enter another world.

To look one way and act another is ruinous. I think there is a meaning of not pretending, not to be a hedonist and not to follow others blindly. Looking at a portrait is like looking in the mirror.


Doriano Grėjaus portretas

Which publishers have published the original 13 chapter version? It seems like he was threatning to expose something about Allan’s intimate life that would affect not only him but also his family.

Cesar Ramirez Because it represents to you all the sins you never had the courage to commit. The beauty and success mean nothing without love, close people, and walk together. Looking at his appearance, a person sees his inside world. When looking in the mirror, we can see what is not directly visible to our eyes.

Do readers of both the censored and uncensored versions find reading the new version worth it? Repertoire Tickets and information. Wait, to question and keep thinking, is that the point of the book? Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Today, people are surrounded by numbers of mirrors, i. It seems like he was threatning to expose something about Allan’s intimate life that would affect not …more There is no absolute answer for this question.

The depth of the mirror tells us that we can see much more or very differently from what we see in our reality. But a human is different.

The latter, if beautiful, justifies itself in its own beauty. Theatre News Performances Artists Contacts. However, in the latter piece of work, the content was considerably gloomier What book can I compare it to? The life gives no joy if one constantly looks at himself.


Madawa Wilson possibly how we portrefas an image of ourselves which we try to preserve, but its is our actions that defines us. All of them create cracks in the visible world and the material fabric; they are like windows to another world.

You better not trust it.

Apparently there are two versions of this story similar to Frankensteinthe original 13 chapter edition and the 20 chapter revised edition that removed most of the homo-eroticism from the book. Why do I hate this book with such a passion? Jekyll and Mister Hyde I don’t want it to be an overdone topic So I would definitely recommend the original version. The mirror is our personal portrait of the present.

However, excessive porttetas on oneself and the physical appearance grejauz the path to vanity, selfishness, profanity, excellence, egocentrism.

I found the censored version disturbing, though I’m used to reading Edwardian novels. If by any chance Oscar tried to perfect the person of Lord Henry, it is annoying to me because i still question some of his ideologies. Load 5 more questions.