The Picture of Dorian Gray


Oscar Wilde’s Faustian tale – in which the protagonist sells his soul to maintain his youthful appearance, while his painted portrait ages – is offered in this Penguin Classics edition, with editing, an introduction, and notes by Robert Mighall. The text used is the first book edition from 1891. This is the first and only novel from Wilde, who was one of the most successful playwrights in late Victorian era London. (2000, hardcover)


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Weight.9 lbs