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Oscar Wilde´s writing style and use of language

´´ It is the spectator and not life that art really mirrors ´´ ´´ All art is quite useless ´´
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Oscar Wilde´s writing style and use of language Oscar Wilde-born 16, October 1854, Irland, Dublin.
The picture of Dorian Gray was published in 1890.
Wilde was attacked for the novels corrupting influence, but he responded that there is , in fact, ´´ a terrible moral in Dorian Gray ´´ elements used by wilde:
irony and paradox,
exaggerations,
satirical style,
long and complex dialogues,
inner thoughts All art is q u i t e useless.

It is the spectator and not life that art really mirrors.

The only excuse of making useless things is that one admires it intensely.

No artist desires to prove anything, even things that are true can be proved.
Oscar Wilde anamabva The Picture of Dorian Gray the graet ´ The great aristocratic art of
doing absolutely nothing ´
O.Wilde
The picture of Dorian Gray
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