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The Picture of Dorian Gray - Munira Hudhud

The Picture of Dorian Gray - Monira Hudhud
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munira hudhud

on 20 April 2012

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Transcript of The Picture of Dorian Gray - Munira Hudhud

Dorian Gray
Basil
Hallward
Lord Henry
Sibyl Vane

'It was here that i found her, and is divine beyond all things. When she acts you will forget everything.'
The
hero
Dorian

The
Temptress
Sibyl Vane
The Villian
The hero's journey
Light vs darkness
Sidekicks
England
The East
Criminal side
The West
The
portait
The novel
Settings
Symbols
Archetypes
Main
characters

Themes
‘There was something in his face that made one trust him once. All the candour of youth was there, as well as all youth’s passionate purity’.
Influence
Conflict
Art and nature
Corruption
'Yet you poisoned me with a book once. I should not forgive that.Harry,promise me that you will never lend that book to anyone. It does harm.'
Tragedy
'He knew that he had tarnished himself,filled his mind with corruption and given horror to his fancy;that he had been an evil influence to others,and had experienced a terrible joy in being so;and that of the lives had crossed his own it had been the fairest and the most full of promise that he had brought to shame.But was that all irretrievable? Was there no hope for him?

The Picture of Dorian Gray
Philosiphy
Influence
Self interest
French cousine
Theatre
Money
Gossip
Good vs. bad intentions
paintings
Good side
Theatre
Artist
Influencer
Poinsonous
Beauty
Innocence
Interpretation
Inner self
Reflection
Ruining
Seductive
Gray
Black
White
Crimes
Murders
Youth
and
beauty
Negative
Lord henry
Downfall
The
Jealousy
Hatred
Youth and beauty
Youth
Beauty
Narcissus
Good vs. evil
Interest in
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