In this tale, Dorian Gray makes a fateful wish and exchanges his soul for eternal youth, but his hidden portrait bears the marks of his debauched and cruel behaviour. Oscar Wilde displays his handling of issues such as art and morality, censorship and interpretation, deception and revelation.
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