The initial reception of the novel "The Picture of Dorian by Dominik Wohlfarth PDF
By Dominik Wohlfarth
The moment half explores reactions of the viewers, specifically the clicking, to Wilde´s novel the image of Dorian Gray..
The 3rd half then significantly analyses those arguments and explains the function Victorian values and the ensuing literary expectation performed within the criticism.
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The initial reception of the novel "The Picture of Dorian Gray" through the victorian public. An analysis of the standards of the literary critic by Dominik Wohlfarth