BookReview: The Picture of Dorian Gray
by Oscar Wilde, Feedbooks.com, 1891
Oscar Wilde is a great author. This book pulled me in like a modern-day thriller, and held my attention (mostly). Wilde has some deep comments about society. Even though th book is over 100 years old, it speaks to me today -- lessons I have yet to learn.
The beginning of the book raced along but some of the middle was a bit too long-winded, filled with what I call "passage of time paragraphs" such as this one:
Via Rob 11/16/2008
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