A review by hend
The Picture of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde


If only this book didn't have a lot of description about little things that I don't really care about, I would've finished it earlier. Don't get me wrong, I liked the book very much, it was intense at times, but sometimes boring. But Poor Dorian, if only he never knew Lord Henry. What makes me wonder is, what would Lord Henry do if he was in his place? Is Dorian really foolish after all? Or was he still good even after all that he had done?

Obviously, I can tell this book is very deep, and I can't help but think that, even though it's not really logical it makes sense, a lot. The war between, egotism and humility, between good and evil. Dorian feels like the innocence we are born with, but then blemished with all the experiences we face, because of everyday life.
The amount of morals I can get from this classic is countless.