|Format:||Hardcover | 245 Pages|
|Edition:||Paper Mill Press|
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Widely recognized as a philosophical masterpiece in Gothic literature, The Picture of Dorian Gray presents a twisted take on Victorian morality and controversial topics prevalent during this era. The story follows a charming young man who sells his soul in exchange for eternal youth and beauty. Meanwhile, his portrait slowly ages as it documents every sin. Oscar Wilde's expressive and scandalous writing caused a lot of turmoil when it first appeared in 1890, contributing to the novels historical significance.