A Book to Read and Love: The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
A short summary of the book The Pictures of Dorian Gray:
A beautiful painting turns ugly.
My favorite quote from the book:
"Experience is merely the name men gave to their mistakes."
Is it true that pretty is as pretty does?
Do hedonism and self-indulgence always lead to ruin?
My thoughts about The Picture of Dorian Gray:
Would you, if you could?
I want all my wrongs transferred to a painting.
I wonder if I would miss them?