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The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde

No one does white like Sargent. Lord Dalhousie by John Singer Sargent, 1900

Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde.  Author, Poet, Playwright. 1854-1900.  Photograph (1882) by Napoleon Sarony.

Born to be Wilde :-) . Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde (Author, Poet, Playwright. An amazing talent and wit but such a tragically early end . Photograph by Napoleon Sarony.

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Die endgültige Vernichtung Phase für die letzten noch verbliebenen (West-) Völker wurde 2005 mit dem geplanten Grippe-Impfstoff beschlossen. Seit 2005 hat man den Blut-pH-Wert der Blut-Gruppen A, B…

How does Wilde's tale apply to modern times? Back to being gentlemen: Thoughts on Books: The Picture of Dorian Gray

Plot, Picture 5 After exchanging his soul for a life of perpetual youth, Dorian Gray has to reconcile himself to the decay and dissipation of his body in the portrait.

Plot, Picture 5 After exchanging his soul for a life of perpetual youth, Dorian Gray has to reconcile himself to the decay and dissipation of his body in the portrait.

Why you should read 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' | Eye of Lynx

Why you should read ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’

The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde. The plight of Wilde's life. A Faustian deal indeed. Dualism (secret or double life) and hedonism at a price.

second to A Voice in the Wind... the author surely paints pictures in you mind...

Echo in the Darkness - Book 2 in the Mark of the Lion series, picks up where A Voice in the Wind leaves off. A year has passed and Hadassah has donned veils to protect her identity as well as the scars that now mark her body.

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