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The Picture of Dorian Gray

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Transcript of The Picture of Dorian Gray

151404 佐藤麻衣子
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Oscar Wilde

Author's History
Analysis
Works Cited
He was born in Dublin, Ireland.(1854)
Plot
Preface
Theme
オスカー・ワイルド『ドリアン・グレイの肖像』  仁木めぐみ訳、光文社文庫(2006)
Trinity College
Oxford
He moved to London.(1879)
{
aestheticism
hedonism
John Ruskin
Walter Pater
<Ravenna>(1878)
He married Constance Lloyd.(1884)
<The Picture of Dorian Gray>(1891)
He was arrested.(1895)
He wrote two works even in jail.(1891,1905)
He emigrated to France.
He died in the hotel in Paris.(1900)
Presentation Flow
1:Author's History
iconoclasm
Characters
Basil Hallward
Dorian Gray
Lord Henry
Sibyl Vane
Jim Vane
Picture
spirit
body
"Youth! Youth!
There is absolutely nothing
in the world but youth!"
2:Characters
Henry teaches the fear of old to Dorian.
Dorian wishes to keep his youth.
"If it were I who was to be always young, and the picture that was to grow old!"
Dorian falls in love with Sibyl.
Sibyl commits suicide.
innocent
evil
Dorian realizes that his picture gets old.
Dorian kills Basil.
Dorian tears his picture but he dies.
aestheticism of Wilde
The Artist's Preface
3:Plot
4:Analysis
The value of beauty and youth
Homosexuality
Art and Life
Morality
The value of beauty and youth
Aestheticism
Morality
Wilde reflects
himself...?
Morality
"The Picture of Dorian Gray contains much of me in it. Basil Hallward is what I think I am :
Lord Henry what the world thinks me :
Dorian what I would like to be"
(Complete Letters, 585)
Influence and corruption
conscience
beauty and youth
Influence and corruption
innocent
evil, death
Art and Life / Morality
Preface
"Vice and virtue are to
the artist materials for an art."
Denial of morality?
Aestheticism of Wilde
結婚などへの批判
"it makes a life of deception"
女性への批判
"Women are a decorative sex"
ヴィクトリア朝への批判と
    Wildeの偽悪的な思い
物質主義への抵抗?
hedonism、aestheticism
   への誘いからの 
     崩壊(死)
ヴィクトリア朝への批判
”家庭” ”上品な淑女”
Wilde自らの自己概念への懐疑
ネガティブな結末
aestheticismの 犠牲の言及?
Conclusion
Wildeはヴィクトリア朝に反抗していた
Wildeは偽悪的な思いを持っていた
Wildeは人と違うことをするのが好きだった
5:Conclusion
”結婚”、”女性”、”道徳”そのものを批判していたわけではなく、時代に捻じ曲げられたこれらを批判していたのではないか。
Oscar, Wilde. The Picture of Dorian Gray.  Tokyo. Kodansha International. 2006
青木和夫『知っておきたいイギリス文学』明治書院(2011)
那須省一『英国・アイルランドをさるく』Nucleus CMS.2012.
島原知大『ワイルド「ドリアン・グレイの肖像」
 における登場人物の相関関係』 駿河台大学論文、第41号(2010)
Kazunori, Mori."Smell of Decadence at Fin de Siecle:  A Study of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian  Gray", vol.37, 2009.
Thank you for listening!!
キャラクターに自分を反映することで、自己の本当の感情を訴えていたのではないか。
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